J.D. Part-time

Many applicants to law school cannot afford to stop working and attend law school on a full-time basis. For them there is another option: part-time J.D. programs offered by many ABA-approved law schools.

These part-time programs generally require a four-year commitment and evening classes in order to complete the requisite number of credits for a J.D. There are many ABA-approved, part-time J.D. programs in the U.S. They are competitive with full-time programs and Law School ACEs can help you with your selection of target schools and with your applications.

Let Law School ACEs work with you in the selection of appropriate part-time law school programs and the development of winning application packets. Choose the package that best suits your needs.