Full advantage of the opportunity for a sound legal education only can
be gained by devotion of sufficient energy and attention to legal studies. The
excessive diversion of time and energy to employment can seriously impair
success in law school and preparation for law practice. For this reason,
full-time first-year law students should not engage in any outside work, and
upper-class students should not engage in excessive outside work.
Accreditation requirements mandate that a student
may not be employed more than 20 hours per week in any week in which
the student is enrolled in more than twelve class hours. The School has
the obligation to
adopt and enforce policies assuring that its students meet this
Students on academic probation may not work.