Not so much. The requirements generally just mean that you have to have a Bachelors and have taken the LSAT.
In order to implement these policies, the Admissions Committee utilizes the following standards when reviewing applications for admission with advanced standing:
1. Transfers generally can be made only between the students' first and second years in law school.
2. A transfer applicant generally must have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average and a LSAT score that are each equal to or greater than the median undergraduate grade point average and median score of the KU School of Law class with which the applicant would have entered as a first-year student.
3. A transfer applicant generally must have at least 25 credit hours of law school coursework with a cumulative law school grade point average of at least a 3.0 (B average or higher) earned at an accredited law school.
4. Applicants for transfer generally must satisfy the Admissions Committee that there are compelling reasons for the transfer (e.g., relocation of spouse or a special course of studies to be pursued at the KU School of Law) http://www.law.ku.edu/admissions/transfer_student.shtml