JD in two years


hannenyh
Does anyone know in which schools on the topp 100 list, you can get your JD in two years with a foreign law degree/LLM?
Does anyone know in which schools on the topp 100 list, you can get your JD in two years with a foreign law degree/LLM?
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gkh_2005
Northwestern University a J.D. program for a person with a foreign law degree in 2 years. Kansas University also offers a 2 year J.D. Program. However, Northwestern University is ranked No.12
Northwestern University a J.D. program for a person with a foreign law degree in 2 years. Kansas University also offers a 2 year J.D. Program. However, Northwestern University is ranked No.12
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richardvf
Are you now thinking of remaining in the US after graduating from Wake Forest?
Are you now thinking of remaining in the US after graduating from Wake Forest?
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hannenyh
I'm remaining to work as an intern at a court. After that I want to go home, but I might get my JD later (for personal reasons). But not yet, I am way too tired of school, so just keeping my options open.

I know about Northwestern, but I don't want to live up North (brr). Anyone know of any schools on the East coast (preferably South East)? D.C. and down South I guess. Any experiences with transferring credits from JD? I can probably transfer credits into Wake, but I kind of want to know about other schools. New places are always exciting.
I'm remaining to work as an intern at a court. After that I want to go home, but I might get my JD later (for personal reasons). But not yet, I am way too tired of school, so just keeping my options open.

I know about Northwestern, but I don't want to live up North (brr). Anyone know of any schools on the East coast (preferably South East)? D.C. and down South I guess. Any experiences with transferring credits from JD? I can probably transfer credits into Wake, but I kind of want to know about other schools. New places are always exciting.
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Pharrell
Sunny Florida or California- it sounds better.
Frosty states are not for me ( like Illinois, Michigan or Wisconsin- chill as in cooler).
Sunny Florida or California- it sounds better.
Frosty states are not for me ( like Illinois, Michigan or Wisconsin- chill as in cooler).
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