Boise State University and Concordia Law School recently announced several agreements that will allow students to more easily transition from undergraduate studies to attaining their juris doctor degrees.
“Concordia and Boise State share a commitment to preparing the region’s future leaders and we look forward to smoothing the way for students as they pursue legal education and law-related careers,” Concordia University School of Law Dean Cathy Silak said.
The two schools have partnered on a 3+3 Law
Degree Program that will allow students who maintain certain academic
requirements to complete their undergraduate studies in three years at Boise
State and their juris doctor program in three years at Concordia. The schools
have also agreed to pre-admission requirements that will allow some Boise State
Students to automatically qualify for Concordia’s Law School. Finally, Boise
State alumni will receive a 20 percent discount on tuition at Concordia
“We’re looking to expand opportunities for Boise State graduates, and with its mission of preparing leaders to transform society for the better, Concordia Law is a great partner fit for us,” Boise State College of Arts and Sciences Dean Tony Roark said.