New York Law School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice announced plans on Monday to start a new joint degree program in forensic psychology and law.

The program will take four years to complete, and students will finish with a Master of Arts in forensic psychology from John Jay and a Juris Doctor from New York Law School — shaving a year off the time now required to complete both degrees separately. The program is intended for law students with an interest in mental disability law and psychology graduate students who wish to learn more about the legal system.

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