The Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree program
at the Law Center combines an innovative, enriching curriculum with flexible scheduling to meet the diverse needs of qualified candidates.
students who are candidates for the J.D. degree program begin their studies at the Law Center in the fall semester. Transfer students
and visiting students
are admitted for the fall, spring, or summer semester. All candidates may apply to attend on a full-time or part-time basis.
There are approximately 220 seats available for each entering class:
- 150 full-time day
- 20 part-time day
- 50 part-time evening
For more information on Touro Law Center’s innovative, experiential J.D. program curriculum including our Collaborative Court Program, click here.
Full-time students take a course load totaling 12-16 credits per semester and attend classes on weekdays. Most full-time students complete the J.D. program within 3 years, but may accelerate to 2½ years by attending summer sessions.
Part-time students take a course load of 8-11 credits per semester and attend classes during the day, Monday through Friday, or in the evening, Monday through Thursday. We have four- and five-year part-time evening J.D programs. For the five-year part-time evening program, students are guaranteed a three evenings/week schedule for the first year. Students may also accelerate completion by attending summer sessions. For more information, please click here.