Lawyer Legion created this directory of law schools in the United States. The directory can help you find the top law schools in each state. Learn more about the average LSAT scores, undergraduate GPA, school size, tuition, location, average starting salary, and percentage of graduates employed after graduation.
Law Schools confer a professional doctorate degree called the "Juris Doctor degree" or "J.D." As a general rule, the J.D. is required to practice law in the United States.
Most law school programs take three years to complete, although some law schools offer an accelerated program that can be completed in less time. Many law schools also provide part-time programs that take four (4) or more years to complete. After the J.D., students can pursue other degrees including a Master of Laws (LL.M.) or a Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D. or S.J.D.) degree.
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