LL.M. Program

Mercer Law's LL.M. in Federal Criminal Practice and Procedure is the only program in the nation designed for law school graduates seeking to prepare themselves for federal criminal practice as a prosecutor, Federal Defender, or private defense counsel.

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Resources for Current Students

Student Handbook

The Student Handbook outlines policies regarding degree requirements, grading policy, financial information, exam policy, students with disabilities, and other important policies and procedures.

Mercer Law Portal

The Mercer Law Portal contains most online resources for current students, including course pages, assignment, and multimedia content; online faxing; booklists; an online student photo directory; internal student news and announcements; student organization pages and more.

Registrar's Page

The Registrar's Page contains academic calendars, class and exam schedules, graduation information, course descriptions, academic forms and more.

Law Library

The Furman Smith Law Library is the center for legal research at the law school.


Your Bearport Personal Account provides accessibilty to a wide array of individualized information including personal information (emails addresses, phone numbers, etc.) student record information (grades, holds, student account balances, etc.), plus class registration information and financial planning information. 


Your BearCard is your student ID card and allows 24 hour access to the law school, library, and computer lab.  It optionally serves as a prepaid, stored-value account.  The campus area's most popular businesses accept the Bear Card Account, and you can use it to pay for photocopying, restaurants, delivery, haircuts and more.


The Mercer Bookstore is located on the main Macon campus.

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Mercer Law offers a new laptop computer with standard law school software to every incoming first-year law student.