Transient Courses

Purpose

Mercer School of Law offers a variety of courses for visiting (transient) students from other law schools to gain course credit. Permission to enroll in courses at the School of Law will depend on a variety of factors, including the credentials of the applicant and permission from their home institution. 

Summer 2020 Course Catalog - Online Only 

Mercer University School of Law will be offering a number of exciting courses during Summer Term 2020 (May 18-July 7, 2020). We invite law students from other schools to “join” us in a 100% distance learning summer term.

Full Course Descriptions

Law 206 Evidence (3 hrs), Prof. Painter-Thorne

Law 302 Law of Lawyering (3 hrs), Prof. Hricik 

Law 154 Statutory Law & Analysis (2 hrs), Prof. Roudil

Law 481 International Law (3 hrs), Prof. Ritchie

Law 602 Summer Externship (2 or 3 hrs), Prof. Floyd & Dean Gerwig-Moore

Law 1019.01 Survey of Admiralty Law (3 hrs), Prof. McRae

Bankruptcy (3 hrs), Prof. Cino (iLaw course) 

Insurance Law (3 hrs), Prof. Hylton (iLaw course) 

How to Apply

Visiting students can start the application process for these course by completing the online form. This form is sent directly to the Admissions office. 

For questions regarding the application, contact the Admissions office, admissions@law.mercer.edu or (478) 301-2605.