Drexel Latest Law School To Offer 2-Year Degree Program

Law360, Philadelphia (April 1, 2013, 5:30 PM EDT) -- Joining a growing trend toward accelerated law school programs, Drexel University's Earle Mack School of Law will launch a two-year juris doctor degree program set to start in May 2014, the university announced on Monday.

The Fast Forward program, which will begin accepting applications in June, will require the same number of credits as a traditional three-year JD, but will allow students to reduce the time they are enrolled in law school and enter the workforce one year earlier.

"There's been a huge discussion of the value proposition for legal education, and for a certain kind of student, we think that...

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