The living may not be easy this summer for Omar Tarazi, but he says graduating ahead of time is worth the extra sweat.

As one of 40 students participating in a new two-year program at the University of Dayton School of Law, Tarazi will finish course work for a juris doctor degree in 24 months, which puts him in the work force that much sooner, he said.

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