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Juris Doctor Program – Concord Law School

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The Juris Doctor Program at the Concord Law School of Kaplan University is a four-year program that encompasses everything a regular university law program tackles. It focuses on the core bar courses and takes a total of 92 units to complete. Acceptance to the Juris Doctor Program requires a bachelor’s degree in a regionally or Distance Education and Training Council (DETC)-accredited US institution that is approved by the State Bar of California. Upon acceptance to the program, students are assigned to certain sections and must conduct regular meetings for projects and assignments. Students often hold meetings online, although phone meetings and live meet-ups also happen from time to time. Fill out the Concord Law School of Kaplan University Information Request Form to learn more.