You must be enrolled in the JD program in order to qualify.
Any enrolled JD student may take a course listed as an Aboriginal Law Option course. However, JD students who wish to receive formal recognition for having completed the Aboriginal Law Option, which consists of a notation on their transcript, must complete a minimum of 18 units in the area of Aboriginal Law and Indigenous Legal Traditions:
- Complete the compulsory course (3 units);
- Complete at least 15 units from the list of optional courses; and
- Complete the major paper requirement.