24 credits, with at least 12 credits from the following courses:
The Criminal Law concentration requires a 3.0 average within the courses taken for these required 12 credits.
No more than 12 of the 24 credits from the following courses:
Participation in at least one of the following experiential programs:
Written under faculty supervision on a relevant aspect of criminal law, criminal procedure, or evidence in criminal cases. Must qualify for the Law School's upper class writing requirement, and may or may not be used to satisfy that requirement.
(Effective June 22, 2015)