Get Your Law Degree a Year Early!

UofL offers a unique opportunity for incoming students interested in earning a law degree. The 3+3 Accelerated Law program, offered in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, allows eligible undergraduate students to apply for the Brandeis School of Law in their junior year.

Three departments within the College of Arts & Sciences offer an accelerated path to law school: Criminal Justice, History, and Women's and Gender Studies. Students admitted under the program fulfill their senior year of undergraduate credits through the successful completion of their first year law school courses, allowing them to graduate with both a bachelor's and Juris Doctor degree in just six years. This equates to $20,000 in tuition savings for in-state students and $37,000 for non-residential students.

Students in the 3+3 program will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to purse a career in higher education, business, government, and the public sector.