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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I reset my username and password?
To reset your username and password, use the “Forgot Password” link on the sign-in page. Alternatively, contact Technical Support at 866-522-7747.
- Can I transfer my credits to Concord Law School?
Juris Doctor (JD) Program
If you studied at a law school located in the United States, you must have your legal study evaluated and certified by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California prior to Concord Law School's acceptance and application of those credits into the Juris Doctor program.
Executive Juris Doctor (EJD) Program
Acceptance of transfer credits generally requires an agreement with the transferring institution and is subject to review by the Dean's Office.
- How long does it take to complete the application?
It takes approximately 1 hour to complete the online application.
- Do I need to take the LSAT?
The LSAT test is not required. You will be required to complete the Concord Online Admissions exam, which is mandatory for all applicants of our JD and EJD programs. The exam can be taken from any location that has a reliable internet connection. If you already have LSAT test scores, you are encouraged to include them with your application.
- What is the Concord Online Admissions exam?
The Concord Online Admissions exam is mandatory for all applicants. After you have submitted your online application, an Admissions Advisor will send you a link and login information so that you can access and complete the exam.
The format is a mini-LSAT multiple-choice exam that tests reading comprehension and logical analysis, not legal knowledge. You can take the exam from your home, office, or any location with a reliable internet connection. There is no testing fee or set exam administration dates or times.
- Do I need to prepare for the Concord Online Admissions exam?
Concord has a short online preparatory course available to applicants at no charge. We highly recommend you set aside about 2 hours to review the practice materials before taking the exam. Your Admissions Advisor will provide you with information.
- How long does it take to complete the exam?
The exam itself is a 90-minute timed test.
- What documents do I need to complete the Concord Law School application?
You don’t need any documents to complete the application. However, you may be required to submit documents for enrollment (e.g., transcripts, FAFSA, etc.).
- Can I save my application?
Yes, you can click the “Save and Continue” button at the bottom of each page to save your Concord Law School application. Only fully completed pages can be saved. Your saved application will be available for you to complete the next time you log in.
- I've completed my application and have signed the enrollment agreement. What’s next?
Your Admissions Advisor will be notified once you have completed and signed your enrollment agreement and will reach out to walk you through the next steps. You can contact your Admissions Advisor with questions at any point in the process.
Concord Law School is part of Purdue University Global, which is regionally accredited. Concord Law School is registered as a Distance Learning Law School with the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California. Due to its registration as an unaccredited law school with the Committee of Bar Examiners, Concord has the authority to offer a Juris Doctor degree that qualifies recipients to take the California Bar Examination and obtain admission to the practice of law in California. Study at, or graduation from, Concord does not qualify graduates to take the bar examination or satisfy the requirements for admission to practice law in jurisdictions other than California upon graduation. A student seeking admission to practice law in a jurisdiction other than California should contact the admitting authority in that jurisdiction for information regarding the legal education requirements in that jurisdiction for admission to the practice of law.
Concord is not on the list of schools approved by the American Bar Association. The ABA Standards for the Approval of Law Schools currently do not allow for JD programs that are delivered fully or substantially online.