In order to graduate from the School of Law, a student must:
- Successfully complete 90 academic credits of instruction, 60 of which must be completed at Barry University School of Law;
- Successfully complete all required courses (with the exception of those accepted for transfer credit at the time of admission) at Barry University School of Law;
- Complete the Upper Level Writing Requirement (ULWR);
- Complete 50 hours of Pro Bono Service (Students matriculating prior to Fall 2014 must complete 40 hours of Pro Bono Service);
- Complete a minimum of 6 hours of Professionalism Enhancement Program offerings (for students entering in the Fall 2012 and thereafter);
- Complete all required courses with passing grades (grades higher than “F”), including a minimum cumulative grade point average of 1.8 or greater in all required courses;
- Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or greater;
- Satisfy any financial obligation to the School of Law;
- Satisfy and resolve all outstanding Honor Code or Student Conduct Code complaints; and
- Be approved by the Faculty for graduation.
The graduation rate for students who started in 2008 is 78.62%.