Hi and i can answer that question and what you need to enter law school is you need four years of under grad school then you will need a bachelors degree then before you need to apply to law school and then you will need to pass the LSATS so the answer will be a bachelors degree.
Law schools like to have a variety of degrees in their entering classes. They will consider any bachelors degree.
After finishing a bachelors degree, you go to law school. That is normally going to be a total of 7 years.
Yes. Any one with a bachelor's degree can go to law school. Once you have completed a BA or BS degree, you will need to take the LSAT test. That is the Law School Admissions Test. Then you start applying to law schools.
Technically yes, you need at least Bachelors degree in any major to be admitted to law school. Law schools do not require specific majors for admission; however, most law school applicants have Bachelors degrees in Business, Criminal Justice, or Political Science. There are, however, some exceptions such as with Cooley School of Law in Michigan, which will allow a student with a certain amount of college credit to be admitted without earning a Bachelors degree. In addition to a Bachelors degree, all potential applicants are required to take the LSAT, or the Law School Admissions Test before admission.
In the United States, you are required to complete a Bachelors degree before you can enter law school. However, a "pre law" course of study (quite unlike pre-med, which is a medical school requirement) is not required.
Full time laws school in the US takes three years. That is after completing a bachelors. Some places restrict how long you can take to complete law school
You can go to any college to get a bachelors degree. In most states you must attend a law school for three years.
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There are no requirements. You need a 4 year Bachelors degree before you can apply to law school, so high school has NO effect on the admissions process. There aren't any course requirements in college to go to law school. You can be an English major or a Physics major. It doesn't matter. The only way undergrad counts is if you want to be admitted to the patent bar. Then you need a degree in a science, like chemistry or biology. Even then, what you did in high school doesn't matter.
In the US that is required by most schools. There are a few that may allow entrance without completing a bachelor's.
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