Monday, July 7, 2014
Alaska, the only state in the union without a law school, will soon get a satellite campus, allowing third-year students to study in their home state. Seattle University School of Law recently announced a partnership with Alaska Pacific University that will allow it to offer a full 3L curriculum in fall 2015.
The school still needs approval from the American Bar Association, which conducted a site visit at Seattle University in May.
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