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How Long Is Law School

1L, 2L, 3L: Students in law school are not called freshman, sophomores, juniors, or seniors. They are called first-year, second-year, and third-year students (note: law school generally lasts three years- see below). The slang term replaces “year” with the letter ‘L’ (e.g, first-year student is also a ‘1L’).

Law school is usually a three-year program. However, some schools, like the UMKC School of Law, offer part-time programs. The UMKC Flex Program allows students to take 8 or 9 credits per semester (compared to an average full-time class load of 14-16 credit hours). They must complete the required 91 hours within 5 years. Part-time programs are rare, and are usually only offered by urban law schools.


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