Beginning with students matriculating into the J.D. program in Fall 2016, students must earn no fewer than six credits qualified as “experiential learning” courses. The online course catalog identifies which courses and clinical offerings fulfill the experiential learning requirement. In accordance with ABA requirements, students may not use the same course to satisfy more than one of either the professional responsibility requirement, the writing requirement, or the experiential learning requirement. Individual state bars may have separate experiential learning (or equivalent) requirements for admission; students are advised to check those requirements for any state in which they may seek to practice.