Law in Alabama

Law schools in Alabama offer educational programs that lead to Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. These programs are postgraduate programs and usually last three years. Most law schools in Alabama require students have an unspecified bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. Program admission is competitive and students are evaluated based on their grade point average as well as their score on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). Students should make sure their prospective law school is accredited by the National Bar Association to award JD degrees. Upon graduation students are prepared to take the bar examination to become licensed.

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  • Paralegal Studies (AS)
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  • Paralegal

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