- GaryLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
1. I will say no for saving your time.
a. Law is a postgraduate major in the U.S. You must have a Bachelor in order to get admitted.
b. Bridging program and PCLL will be needed.
2. I will say no as well as Bridging program and PCLL will be needed
For detail, you can refer to here:
Please note - this does not apply if you have admitted into the Bar in the respective countries.
- EdmondLv 78 years ago
- GeorgeLv 68 years ago
In the United States, most law schools require a bachelor's degree, a satisfactory undergraduate grade point average, and a satisfactory score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) as prerequisites for admission. Some states that have non-ABA-approved schools or state-accredited schools have equivalency requirements that usually equal 90 credits toward a bachelor's degree. Additional personal factors are evaluated through essays, short-answer questions, letters of recommendation, and other application materials. The standards for grades and LSAT scores vary from school to school. For actual admissions statistics, visit http://officialguide.lsac.org/