JD students who are also enrolled one of the Duke ROTC programs, Air Force, Army, or Naval ROTC, must complete the graduation requirements of their JD program in full. Courses in the ROTC curriculum, AEROSCI, MILITSCI, and NAVALSCI courses are not counted for credit toward the JD graduation requirement. Therefore, ROTC courses are to be taken in addition to, not in lieu of, Law courses. For information about your JD program, please visit the applicable page for JD degree requirements, JD-LLM-ICL degree requirements, JD-LLM-LE degree requirements, or JD-Masters degree requirements. If you have additional questions about your JD program please contact the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Tia Barnes.
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