To take a course at UMass Law this summer, you'll need to apply as a visiting student. The deadline to register for a summer course is April 25.
- Information Privacy Law
- Transactional Legal Drafting
- Business Organizations
- Professional Responsibility
- Massachusetts Workers Compensation Law
- Trial Practice
- Appellate Advocacy
- Land Use Regulation
- Entertainment Law
Visiting applicants must provide the with the following:
- Visiting Student Application with non-refundable $50 fee
- an official transcript of your law study from each law school attended
- a letter from the dean or dean’s designee of the other law school, stating that credit earned at UMass Law will be acceptable toward meeting degree requirements and that you are in good standing
- a statement indicating why you wish to spend an academic year (or semester) at UMass Law
Visiting students receive financial aid from their own law schools, not UMass Law, and may not enroll in courses which are over-subscribed by UMass Law students.
Visiting student forms
- Visiting Student Application Form (PDF)
- Visiting Student Registration Request (PDF)
- Visiting Student Guide (PDF)
To transfer credits to your home school, you will need to request that an official UMass Law transcript be sent directly to your school. A signed written request is required. This form is available and at the Law Enrollment Center.
Complete the Visiting Student Registration Request with full payment.
Admission as a visiting student entitles you to enroll in courses on a space-available basis. Courses without sufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation. You will be notified if any changes are made to the program.