Executive Law School Program
If you’re already established in a profession but wish to enhance your potential even further by earning a law degree, you may be a candidate for the MC Law Executive Law School Program.
The Executive Law School Program is designed for business people, educators, real estate professionals, medical personnel, and other professionals who wish to obtain a law degree without leaving their current employment to attend law school full time. The program allows students to extend their legal studies over five years instead of the traditional three years, and allows students to continue to work while attending law school.
For admission into the Executive program in June or August 2013, the successful candidate ordinarily must have an LSAT score of 152 and an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.45. An exceptional applicant who does not meet the above requirement but has an LSAT of at least 150 and an excellent record of achievement in a graduate school program and/or an outstanding work history and experience may be considered for admission into the Executive program.
Flexibility in work schedules is required. Participants must take at least nine hours of law courses per semester, with most of the initial courses required taught during the day.
To apply to the Executive Law School Program:
- Apply to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
- For more information, visit www.LSAC.org or call 215.968.1001.
- Register with the Law School Data Assembly Service at www.LSAC.org.
- Complete the standard MC Law application found online at the same site, checking the box on the application form that indicates you are applying for the Executive Law School Program.
Your application must be submitted by July 15, 2014.