Visiting StudentsA limited number of visitors who are currently enrolled in another law schoolbut who have compelling personal reasons for attending Michigan (e.g., a spouse who recently got a job in Ann Arbor; a parent who is ill and lives in the area) will be admitted to the fall or winter terms, or both.
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What is the Harvard Law School Visitor Program?
The program provides Visitors access to Law School facilities (including the Law School鈥檚 libraries as well as other libraries at Harvard University) so that they can conduct research on an approved topic while in residence.
What are the requirements to become a law school visitor?
Applicants should have completed their basic legal studies with high academic standing. Visitors normally are in residence at the Law School for either a semester or academic year. Normally, applications for stays of less than one semester will not be considered.
How long can I stay at Law School as a visitor?
Visitors normally are in residence at the Law School for either a semester or academic year. Normally, applications for stays of less than one semester will not be considered.
What is the difference between a visiting scholar and visiting researcher?
A Visiting Scholar is generally a Professor of Law at another institution; a Visiting Researcher is generally someone who is working towards a graduate degree or doing postgraduate work at another institution.