Phoenix School of Law changing to 3 academic terms

Phoenix School of Law changing to 3 academic terms


PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix School of Law is changing from two academic terms to three terms beginning this fall.

The academic terms will start in the fall, spring and summer.

Students have the option of attending either two or three terms during the academic year.

School officials say the new structure offers advantages to students and is responsive to challenges currently facing legal education and the legal industry.

Phoenix School of Law is a private school in downtown Phoenix.

It was founded in 2005 and accredited by the American Bar Association in 2007.

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