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Courses Outside the Law School

After the first term, YLS students may take a limited number of courses in the graduate and professional schools or undergraduate college of Yale University for Law School credit.

Courses must be relevant to the student’s program of study in the Law School or planned legal career, and permission must be granted from the Law School registrar, the instructor of the course, and a Law School faculty member.

There are restrictions on the number of units of credit that will be awarded for the course and the number of such courses that may be counted toward the Law School degree. Bulletins from other schools are available in the registrar’s office.