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"The January program is a truly rewarding experience. The program provides an intimate introduction to law. The students and professors build a relationship that facilitates learning and working together." -Arthur Prystowsky '12

Commit: To a Revolutionary IdeaThis full-time program was designed to meet the specific, individual needs of students like you who want an accelerated path to their law degree. You will begin by embarking on your first core semester during the spring. From there, you will take a 13-week session during the summer, fulfilling the same core requirements as students in the traditional three-year program. Upon the successful completion of the summer session, you will join fellow second-year law students in the fall and continue on for the next two years in the pursuit of your degree.Belong: To a Visionary CommunityYou want to belong to something special. To someĀ­thing that transcends boundaries. To something that stands the test of time. As a student in the January Accelerated Program, you will. In addition to this innovative program's curriculum, you will enjoy countless other benefits.You will be part of a smaller and more intimate class-one in which your insights will be valued and your voice will be heard. Your outstanding professors will get to know you on a more personal level and will focus their expertise and guidance on your personal and professional development.As a student in this program you will have access to the same services, activities, and opportunities as all other Pace Law students. Life on our idyllic, 12-acre campus is dynamic, collaborative, and energetic. Whether you are looking to get involved in any of our thirty student groups, law reviews, clinics, externships, internships, or our centers and institutes, as a student in the January Accelerated Program, you will have every opportunity to do so.Pace Law DegreeTwo-and-a-Half Year Plan January 2011 First SemesterSummer 2011* Second SemesterFall 2011 Third SemesterJanuary 2012 Fourth SemesterFall 2013 Fifth SemesterJanuary 2013 Sixth SemesterSpring 2013 Graduation* 13 weeks Core Courses