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New "Flex" Scalia Law Part-Time JD

Students can attend classes as few as two nights per week


Over my many years of blogging, I've heard from quite a few VC readers who live and work in the D.C. area and were interested in getting a law degree at George Mason Law (Scalia Law), but (a) didn't want to give up their current job; and (b) due to work and family obligationscouldn't swing the 5(!) nights of in-person class a week we required.

So I thought it was worth mentioning that the law school has a new "flex" JD program, in which students can attend classes in person as few as two nights per week, and still receive their part-time JD in the standard four years.