• Undergraduate programs in law are generally called “pre-law” programs. These include classes in legal philosophy, political science, american legal history, and so on.
  • Students do NOT need to study “pre-law” to get into law school. Law schools will accept any undergraduate major from any accredited college or university, so long as students score well on their Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and have a good GPA.
  • What is the duration of Juris Doctor Courses?

    How do public versus private schools differ for JD programs?

    Is it worth paying a premium for Ivy League JD Graduate Programs?