Auditing a Law School Course
Non-Degree Seeking Students
A person will be allowed to audit a class if the class is not filled during the pre-registration process and if the professor gives that person permission to audit the class by signing the Audit Application. No student of a United States law school, including Lewis & Clark Law School, may audit a class without pre-enrollment permission from the Associate Dean of Student Affairs Libby Davis.
In order to audit a class, a person must have a bachelor’s degree, except in the case of legal assistants. Legal assistants who do not have a bachelor’s degree will be allowed to audit classes if they provide a letter from their employer confirming that they work as legal assistants.
No basic first-year course may be audited.
Auditors are not eligible to receive Federal financial aid.
Auditors do not receive a transcript and cannot apply or transfer these credits to Lewis & Clark Law School.
A Certificate of Completion is given only to those auditors who (1) register to audit for certification and (2) complete all course work with a passing grade.
- General Auditors: $1,915.00 per credit hour with certificate; $957.50 per credit hour without certificate.
- LC Law Alumni, Government and nonprofit employees: $957.50 per credit hour with certificate; $478.75 per credit hour without certificate
- Government and nonprofit employment must be verified by employer. Volunteers are not eligible for this rate.
- Tuition is due no later than the first day of class.