Transfers and Visiting Students
Each year, a small number of non-matriculant, or visiting, students are welcomed into the King Hall community, enhancing their legal education by taking courses at UC Davis School of Law for one semester or one academic year. Visiting students are admitted on a space-available basis. All coursework is credited to the law school from which the student will earn the Juris Doctor degree. Only students currently enrolled in an American Bar Association-approved law school will be considered for admission as a visitor.
Applicant Filing Period
The deadline is July 15 for admission in Fall semester.
Required Materials Checklist
- Electronic Application
- Personal Statement
- $75 non-refundable application fee (fee waivers are not available)
- One letter of recommendation from a law professor
- Letter of good standing from the Dean of your law school stating that coursework completed at UC Davis will be accepted toward that school’s degree requirements, and specifying any minimum grade requirements
- LSDAS/CAS report including LSAT score and undergraduate transcripts
Visitors are not eligible to enroll in clinical program courses or Law Review. Visitors pay fees to the school they are visiting.