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Concordia University School of Law offers an Admission by Performance (ABP) option, an innovative program designed to give promising law school candidates a different path to law school. When offered, the program is available to a limited number of applicants who show promise of success, but whose credentials might not qualify them for standard admission. Applicants accepted into the program have the opportunity to gain admission for the next available start term via their performance in a pair of four-week, no-credit courses.
An innovative path from a trailblazing school.
Participants in the ABP program take two courses - Introduction to Legal Discourse and Analysis, and Introduction to Contracts. Both courses are delivered in-person for those students living in the Boise area, and through live-streaming for students at a distance. Each course consists of eight three-hour class periods, followed by a final exam. Once the grading for each course is completed, the Admission Committee will meet to determine which students are to be admitted as J.D. candidates for the fall term. Read more about the ABP program by clicking on the link below.