Prospective law students from Florida will have the option to complete both their undergraduate degree and J.D. in six years, thanks to a new partnership between Touro Law Center and the University of Central Florida.

The accelerated J.D. program will allow UCF undergraduates to complete their fourth year “in residence” at Touro taking 1L classes. They would receive their bachelor’s degree upon successful completion of their first year of law school and finish their J.D. two years later, allowing them to get a J.D. in six years instead of seven.

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