A Review of Legal Education in the United States: Law Schools and Bar Admission Requirements
American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 1982 - Admission to the bar
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Special Program Approved by the American Bar Association 1982
Law School Attendance Figures for 1982
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1983 Approved List 1st Year Full-Time 2nd Year Full-Time 3rd Year Enrollment 4th Year Full-Time 90 Credits Required acceleration of graduation Accepts summer credit Admission without exami American Bar Association Approved in 1923 attending summer sessions Awarded through Summer Board of Law College of Law College Required-Degree Credits Required semester Deans and Librarians diploma privilege Enrollment Full-Time Part-Time Full-Time Enrollment Part-Time Full-Time Part-Time 90 graduation by attending Graduation from law Hard Copy Volumes law school approved Legal Education Library Microform Volume Microform Volume Equivalents Minorities Total Women nation if applicant Puerto Rico quarter q Required Full-Time Part-Time school accreditation School of Law schools Yes Yes sessions Yes Yes summer sessions Yes Teachers Full-Time Part-Time Total Hard Copy Total Women Minorities Tuition and Full-Time Weeks Required Full-Time Women Minorities 1st Women Minorities Total Yes Joint Degrees Yes Summer Programs Yes Yes Joint Yes Yes Summer Yes Yes Yes