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Pre-Law Study

The best pre-law program is a diversified course of study. Beginning law students are expected to possess effective written and oral communication skills as well as critical thinking abilities.

For specific information about pre-law study, law school and the legal profession, refer to the Official Guide to U.S. Law Schools. It may be ordered from Law Services during registration for the LSAT, purchased at most bookstores, or accessed as part of the LSACD-ROM application option or available free on the LSAC Web site (www.lsac.org).

Joint Degrees

A credit-sharing arrangement between the College of Law and the Graduate School allows qualified students to combine legal studies with graduate work, earning two degrees in less time. Students can earn both a J.D. and a masterís or Ph.D. degree. For a listing, go to www.law.ufl.edu/academics.

Candidates must take the LSAT and the GRE, MCAT or GMAT, and gain admission to the College of Law and the Graduate School. Application deadlines vary. Visit these Web sites for additional information: law - www.law.ufl.edu, graduate school - http://rgp.ufl.edu.

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