If you are interested in earning both a U.S. and a Canadian law degree in three years consider the #DualJD program offered through @WindsorLaw along with @DetroitMercyLaw – see brochure at https://t.co/SCvXjWBouu
— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) December 2, 2017
I have always been an advocate of joint law degree programs. Although I have not written about this topic for some time, I notice that the most recent edition of the University of Detroit Docket features a nice discussion of the Windsor Detroit Dual J.D. program. I last wrote a post discussing Canada’s Joint Law Degree Programs in 2015.
In any event, I highly recommend the recent article in the Docket which you will find here:
Although these programs are clearly not for everybody, I think that consideration of joint degree options (of any type) should be considered as part of your journey through the law school admissions process.
The following tweet features an article about a recent Dual J.D. student.
Good profile of Dual JD alum Christina Nassar in Detroit Legal News (though odd reference to Canada's Rumpole ways)https://t.co/SnW14tSLy3
— Chris Waters (@DeanCWaters) August 5, 2016