What’s 3 Years Got To Do With It?

What’s 3 Years Got To Do With It?

Jelena & Branden use this episode to explore different law school structures as well as the shift to online learning.

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If you were a fan of verbing nouns, you could say, “There are more ways to law school than ever before.” While we are always horrified by that kind of linguistic vandalism here at The Legal Level, there is a kernel of truth in the grammatical wreckage: You no longer have to stare at professors in-person for three years during business hours to be a lawyer.

But that doesn’t mean that all the alternatives are created equal, and even traditional law school has changed recently, which is why Jelena & Branden are using this episode to explore different law school structures as well as the shift to online learning.

Give us forty-five minutes, and you’ll know everything there is to know about:

  1. Part-time law school programs, which usually take 4 years to complete
  2. Accelerated 2-year programs
  3. 3+3 Bachelors/JD Pipeline Programs
  4. Law schools’ shift to online learning
  5. Fully-online JD programs (spoiler alert, these are bad!)

Links and Further Resources from this Episode:


What You Need to Know About Part-Time Law School


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The Cal State Northridge/Southwestern Law 3+3 Program Is a Success


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