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In the media: Accelerated program gives students jump-start on law school

Monday, August 12, 2013

In January the University of Kansas announced an accelerated program for students to earn undergraduate and law degrees in six years. That program has now admitted 14 students on a competitive basis. The program is a collaboration between the School of Law and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

The National Law Journal covered the program and some of the admitted students in a recent article. The article highlights the program's appeal to high-achieving potential students and its cost-saving benefits for students.

Read the full article on the National Law Journal's website.