Law Schools in Ohio

A Juris Doctor (JD) is the degree conferred by law schools. JD programs usually take three years to complete and focus on not only the law but reasoning and writing as well. A bachelor’s degree is required for entry as well as the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Many JD programs are full time; however they may offer part-time or evening classes to accommodate working professionals. Please use the links below to start your search for the right fit for law school.

Law Schools in Ohio