Working During Law School

Students should not be employed in excess of what is compatible with a full-time commitment to the study of law.  To that end, the Faculty of the College of Law strongly recommends that first-year law students not engage in any employment during the academic year, other than over breaks of one week or more, in order to have sufficient time to focus on the rigors of the first-year curriculum.  The Faculty further recommends that second and third-year law students not be employed for more than twenty hours per week during the academic year.