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Ursuline College and University of Findlay Team Up with Cleveland State Law School
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Summary: A six-year bachelor’s/law degree program will be offered through a partnership of Ursuline College and the University of Findlay with Cleveland State law school.

Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has joined with Ursuline College and the University of Findlay to offer students an accelerated degree option. The three year bachelor’s and three year law degree program will cut off one year so that students interested in the law can get into the field and paying back their loans faster.

  
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Read The Two-Year J.D. Program: A Critical Option for Some Students to learn more.

The new program comes nearly two years after the Ohio Supreme Court decided to allow students to enter law school after attending just three years of undergraduate course work. Other Ohio law schools are developing programs of their own.

Students must meet the requirements such as taking the Law School Admission Test before being accepted into the program. The program is setup so the senior year at Ursuline coincides with the first year at Cleveland-Marshall so that students are receiving their undergraduate degree after their first year of law school.

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See Education Combo Meal: Undergraduate and Law Degree in 6 Years.

Dean of Cleveland-Marshall, Craig Boise said, “We welcome the opportunity to engage students passionate about studying law and alleviating some of their financial burden as they work toward their ultimate goal of a career in the legal profession.” Cleveland-Marshall already has the program established with Lake Erie College in Painesville.



Case Western Reserve University and John Carroll University have a similar program that starts this fall.

Do you think this program will help their enrollment numbers? Tell us your predictions in the comments below.

To learn more about accelerated degree programs read Two More Law Schools Offer Accelerated Law Programs.

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