— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) March 10, 2016
All the U.S. law school market may be recovering, U.S.law enrollments are still below what they once were. For law schools: students mean revenue and revenue is needed to prosper.
The law school at SUNY Buffalo is offering a “Two year J.D.” for graduates of law schools outside the United States. This program may be of interest to SOME “foreign law graduates” who are navigating the “NCA Route” and seeking bar admission in Canada.
Information about the program is here.
The program description includes:
If you hold a law degree from a non-U.S. jurisdiction (a J.D. or its equivalent), you may qualify for our Advanced Standing Two-Year J.D. for Internationally-Trained Lawyers program.
The Advanced Standing Two-Year J.D. for Internationally Trained Lawyers is intended for students who:
already hold a law degree from a jurisdiction outside the United States;
would like to earn a Juris Doctor degree from SUNY Buffalo Law School;
and wants to take the New York State Bar.
In this new and innovative program, they can receive advanced standing, and therefore can finish the J.D. degree in just two years.
Speaking of the “Two Year JD“:
Obama Says Law School Should Be Two, Not Three, Years https://t.co/gYYp9jNDWW
— LSAT PREParation (@LSATPreparation) December 26, 2015