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Oh, No! More Law Schools

"I shoulda gone to law school." You may have said that, or even heard someone else say it. I certainly have.

Now, there are two more chances to get into law school. Florida International University and Florida A&M University have just received provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association.

That makes 188 law schools with accreditation to issue the first degree in law, a Juris Doctor. The second and third degrees are an LLM and a JSD. Seven of the 188 schools have provisional approvals, the rest are fully accredited. It's anybody's guess how many non-accredited law schools are out there.

Don't have time to go to law school full-time? Here are some options for online law degrees. There are law degrees available all over the world if you want to travel.

Have you filled out your application to take the LSAT yet?

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