Question by  Cali2307 (1337)

Can you take night programs in law school?


Answer by  patti (29325)

Many law schools offer night classes. This extend the program to six years or more, depending on how frequently the required classes are offered.


Answer by  sonicfoundation (2597)

Most law schools prefer the student to take traditional full-time classes, but many law schools do have night programs that allow someone to both work and attending classes.


Answer by  qwe123 (78)

Many law schools offer night courses. Many schools offer the option of night classes to regularly enrolled students. Others offer a part-time program which takes a bit longer to complete.


Answer by  Bronagh (666)

Law programs tend to be extremely challenging and in general require students to not just put in class time, but many extra hours a week on coursework. There are some evening law schools, especially in large cities, to accommodate students who work full time during the day; these programs often take longer than conventional programs to complete.


Answer by  wallaby78 (2293)

Many law schools offer evening and online classes designed to target students who are working full time, have families, and other commitments. Check with your preferred law school to see what programs they have available that fit your needs.


Answer by  Kurt (4579)

There are some law schools that offer classes at night for people that hold down full time jobs. Make sure to check out that they are fully accredited so your degree will be recognized.

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