At Adams College, you can earn a JD degree. Although this program is NOT
designed to meet any bar exam requirements, having a JD degree from Adams
College will enhance your marketability.
The Juris Doctor (JD) is the first professional law degree in the United
States. Candidates for the JD already hold a baccalaureate or masters degree
in most cases, and have many years of professional working experience.
At Adams College, the program leading to the JD degree is offered only to
students who have at earned a minimum of a baccalaureate or higher degree;
and significant work experience in the legal field. The degree requires
successful completion of 88-semester hours and a dissertation and defense
thereof. This would equate to ten plus years of professional work
experience,and a masters level degree; or 15 plus years of professional
experience and a baccalaureate degree.
Graduate legal education is a significant aspect of Adams Law School. Adams
has a unique tradition in civil, family, and international law, as well as
special expertise in corporate law and in environmental law.
If you feel that you have what it takes, please consider applying to Adams
College of Law in pursuant of a JD degree. The evaluation process will take
up to seven days; as long as the applicant submits all relative and