The Law School Early Entry Option allowed me to start my second career as an attorney a year earlier than I otherwise would have. Condensing a seven-year degree into only six years is beneficial to any student, but it was especially valuable to me, as an older student to whom time, quite literally, was money.
—Trudy Marietta Mintz, B.A. '04, J.D. '06
If you are a graduate of a University of Baltimore undergraduate program with a cumulative cross-institutional grade point average of 3.35 or better as computed by the Credential Assembly Service and an LSAT score of 154 or better, you can be automatically admitted into the entering class of the UB School of Law following your graduation.
This option allows your first year of law school to fulfill the requirements of your last year of undergraduate study; it requires a cumulative cross-institutional grade point average of 3.50 or better as computed by the Credential Assembly Service and an LSAT score of 155 or better.