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New Idaho Resident Grant Supports State’s Future Lawyers

High bar passage rates – with affordable tuition – attracts students to Concordia Law

Law school is more affordable and accessible to Idaho residents than ever before. Now, Idaho residents can attend a private, nonprofit, community-focused law school, whose most recent bar passage rate exceeded the state average, all for the price of a public law school.

Concordia University School of Law launched its new Idaho Resident Grant, which makes law school even more accessible and affordable, at or below public law school tuition. The Idaho Resident Grant ensures tuition of $19,000 or less per year, and is available to Idaho residents who have qualified and enrolled.

This affordability comes with the highest commitment to quality curriculum and experience – including a six-to-one student-to-faculty ratio, a mentor for every student, and an emphasis on practice, through externships, clinics, and pro bono law experiences.

“We want to put law school within reach of Idaho residents who are dreaming big about their future and their ability to give back to their communities,” said Elena Langan, Dean of Concordia University School of law.

A free, practice LSAT test on April 1, 2017 at Concordia Law will help students get a jump start on preparing for the LSAT, a requirement of applying to law school.