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UI opens law school fast-track program to Lewis-Clark State College

Students who transfer from Lewis-Clark State College to the University of Idaho can earn their bachelor’s and law degrees in six years, rather than the usual seven, under a new agreement between the two schools.

The UI College of Law’s 3+3 program allows students from other Idaho schools to finish their undergraduate degrees while simultaneously completing their first year of law school.

Students must meet academic requirements to participate in the 3+3 program. According to a news release, their GPAs and LSAT scores must meet or exceed the median scores for the most recent class of first-year UI law students.

LCSC, based in Lewiston, is a short drive from UI’s Moscow campus. The other schools participating in the 3+3 program are Boise State University, the College of Idaho and Brigham Young University-Idaho.

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