J.D. Visitor at SMU (or any school experience)

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J.D. Visitor at SMU (or any school experience)

Postby sprinx » Sat Feb 11, 2017 12:37 pm

Hey TLS,

I am not sure if this is the right thread, but has anyone participated in a J.D. visitor program where you study away at another law school for a semester? I would like to visit at SMU next year and wanted to know if anyone has personal experience with the program at SMU or any other school as well. I looked at their website and googled others. Any personal insight about admissions into the program or your overall experience would be great! Thanks.

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Re: J.D. Visitor at SMU (or any school experience)

Postby sprinx » Wed Jun 28, 2017 10:30 am

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Re: J.D. Visitor at SMU (or any school experience)

Postby Roy McAvoy » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:46 pm

SMU accepts visiting students, there was one in one of my classes this past year. I believe they were a UT student. No idea how their experience was.

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Re: J.D. Visitor at SMU (or any school experience)

Postby TierForceOne » Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:24 pm

Roy McAvoy wrote:SMU accepts visiting students, there was one in one of my classes this past year. I believe they were a UT student. No idea how their experience was.


I'm a little ignorant about this...what is the benefit to the UT student to doing transient admissions to SMU?

I'm a SMU student myself, and enjoy it, but don't see the point.

OP, I don't have experience with the program, and you probably already know enough about SMU to want to visit for a year, but we have highly-paid, well-qualified professors, and I'm sure you would enjoy your stay. Also the undergrad campus is right next door---the rumors about us having some of the world's most beautiful women are not overstated.



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