John Carroll’s 3+3 partnership with Case Western Reserve University Law School allows you to complete your undergraduate and law degree in six years and launch your legal career sooner. By maintaining at least a 3.4 GPA and scoring a 157 or higher on your LSAT, you secure non-binding admission to Case Western Reserve University Law School.
You will combine the rigor of a core libral arts curriculum — gaining superior reading, writing, and analytical thinking skills — with the depth and variety of a Case Western Reserve Law degree. Case offers specializations in Criminal Law, Health Law, Environmental Law, Business Law, Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Law, Technology & the Arts (Intellectual Property Law), International Law, Public Interest Law.
Students in the program can pursue any undergraduate major and should meet with their John Carroll advisor about the best fit for them and their goals. Earn the credentials required to sit for the bar exam to become a licensed attorney. Or apply your broad problem-solving skills to any number of careers in business, government or other field.