I am currently pursuing an MBA degree with plans to go into a JD program after. I realize I need to take a business law course, and I can take that somewhere else to transfer back into my MBA program. I want to take the business law course at an ABA accredited law school. My hope is for the course to count towards both the MBA and the JD because I really hate taking the same class numerous times. I have taken Marketing one too many times to count through no fault of my own, and do not want to repeat the experience. However, I seem to have run into a few challenges: 1) I have not found an ABA law school willing to let me take a course without being enrolled as a JD or LLM student. Theoretically, I could push my MBA graduation off until after I enroll in a JD program, but I would prefer not to. I would like to take a few months off after the MBA and put it to use. Does anyone know an ABA accredited school that allows people to take classes without being matriculated? If not, I may go straight to the ABA to ask them. 2) While the idea of running off and doing law school in Puerto Rico or some other island is appealing, another side of me thinks maybe I should keep all my options open and not take courses anywhere that might make me ineligible for honor societies such as the Order of the Coif. Not that I need that, or that it would even mean anything after graduation. I am typically not a competitive person, but I have found myself in a very particular situation where the competitive side is coming out. This brings me to my second question. Does anyone know of any schools with legal honor societies where transfer courses would not make the person ineligible for the honor society? I fully realize I will be lucky to find just one of these two things but figured I should ask and see what information I can gain. Thanks!