State Specific Disclosures
Education regulators in some states require specific disclosures to be made on the William Mitchell website. If you are a student from Texas, refer to the disclosure below for information related to your state’s regulation of the William Mitchell Hybrid J.D. Program.
Texas: The William Mitchell J.D. Hybrid Program is not regulated in Texas under Chapter 132 of the Texas Education Code. William Mitchell College of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association and regulated by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. Any complaints regarding William Mitchell College of Law or its J.D. Hybrid Program can be made in accordance with the procedure set out in the Introduction to the Student Handbook, found here: web.wmitchell.edu/students/student-handbook
American Bar Association Disclosures
William Mitchell College of Law is fully accredited by the ABA and is the first and only law school to seek and receive permission from the ABA to offer a J.D. Hybrid Program. Given the law school’s accreditation, transferability of credits earned in the J.D. Hybrid Program should be able to be accomplished in the same manner as transfer of credits generally. Nevertheless, applicants are advised that some law schools may not accept transfer credits from this program.