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Students in good academic standing at ABA-accredited law schools may apply to transfer to Gonzaga to complete work toward the Juris Doctor degree.
For applicants who have been academically disqualified or dismissed from another ABA law school, you cannot apply as a first-year law student until two years from the date of disqualification has passed, unless you obtain a standard 505 letter from the previously disqualified school.
To apply as a transfer student, please submit:
The Gonzaga Law Review is a student-run scholarly journal that is distributed to students, libraries, and subscribers three times a year. Each year, the Law Review conducts a writing contest and the top thirty scores from the competition are invited to be members of the Law Review. The competition involves writing a comment on a case selected by the Law Review and completion of a citation worksheet.
If you are interested in participating in the current writing competition, you will need to coordinate with the comments editor and meet the deadlines laid out in the comment competition packet. In order to receive additional information about the comments competition and to receive the comment competition packet, please check with the comments editor of the Law Review.
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