Brooklyn Law School develops 2-year J.D. program

05/9/2013 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Brooklyn Law School has created a program that will allow participants to receive their law degrees after two years by taking classes for 24 months straight. "We believe it will be an attractive option for many different people, including MBAs, CPAs or people who are looking to start a second career," said dean Nick Allard. The program will have its own admissions process that will prioritize prospective students who have already spent time in the workforce.

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