kings84_wr wrote:Zeph wrote:
Can you still graduate with honors from GULC if you transfer?
Here's what I foundGraduation honors for students who transfer to Georgetown Law after their first year of law school or for students who visit another institution will be based solely on grades earned at the Law Center. This policy applies only to magna cum laude and cum laude graduation honors. To be eligible for consideration for the award of summa cum laude, a graduate must have completed at least 71 credits at the Law Center.
ORDER OF THE COIF, GEORGETOWN CHAPTER
The Order of the Coif was established in 1912 to recognize graduating students who achieved an exemplary cumulative grade point average. Graduating students whose cumulative grade point averages place them in the top 10% of the class are elected to membership in the Order, the national law school honor society for the encouragement of scholarship and advancement of ethical standards in the legal profe
So basically transfers are exempt from summa cum laude.
Hmm Order of the Coif, from what I see from your post, you need to be top 10% in order to be inducted and transfer status doesn't matter. That's pretty awesome =)