J.D. students, practicing attorneys, and graduate students in related disciplines may be allowed to enroll in our specialized agricultural and food law classes for non-degree credit.
A number of LL.M. courses are open to JD students in good standing. This includes law students enrolled at University of Arkansas School of Law as well as students at other accredited law schools. Students wishing to transfer credits must contact their Dean for approval prior to enrollment.
LL.M. alumni and other attorneys can take many of the LL.M. classes, and the class may qualify for CLE credit (subject to their state CLE rules).
Graduate students working in a related discipline may also be allowed to take LL.M. courses. This includes graduate students enrolled at University of Arkansas School of Law as well as students in other accredited graduate programs. Students wishing to transfer credits must contact their Dean for approval prior to enrollment.
Interested students and attorneys should contact the Program Administrator, Bonnie Miller (link to email email@example.com), for the current class schedule and information about enrollment.