The Admissions Committee reviews applications from transfer students according to ABA Standards. A transfer applicant must meet the following:
- The student currently attends a fully-approved ABA law school.
- The Barry Law general admissions application must be completed with "transfer applicant" marked accordingly.
- The student is in "good standing" and "eligible to return" to that institution as documented by a Letter of Good Standing.
- An official transcript from the current law school must be submitted. An unofficial (student version) transcript may be submitted initially for the admissions decision.
- Generally, a 2.5 law GPA is required for transfer consideration.
- The CAS report must be submitted for review of the LSAT scores, undergraduate GPA, and two recommendation letters.
- A personal statement explaining the reason for the intended law school transfer must be submitted.
Please Note: A maximum of 30 credits may be transferred. Only credit from courses where a student earned a grade of C or better may be transferred.