Accredited Law School

Accredited Law School

A law school that has been approved by the state and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS), the American Bar Association (ABA), or both.

In certain states—for example, California—it is acceptable for a law school to be accredited by the state and not by either the AALS or the ABA. In most states, however, only graduates of AALS or ABA accredited law schools are permitted to take the state bar examination.


Legal Education.

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Minimum qualifications include a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school, a license to practice in the State of Missouri, membership in good standing of the Missouri Bar and ( 5 ) years of experience as a practicing attorney in the state of Missouri.
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To help ensure adequate professional knowledge, the legal profession has required graduation from an accredited law school, passage of the bar exam, and continuing legal education.
To apply for a scholarship, students must be in good standing at an accredited law school as a 3rd year law student as of Fall 2005.
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Education And Experience: Minimum Qualifications Include A Juris Doctorate Degree From An Accredited Law School, License To Practice Law In The State Of Georgia, Membership In The Georgia State Bar Association, And Three (3) Years Of Experience As A Practicing Attorney.
Students who graduate from a non-ABA accredited law school are still eligible to sit for the state bar exam.

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