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The Charleston School of Law offers a course of study with full-time and part-time enrollment options leading to a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree.

The primary objective of the Admirality and Maritime Law program is to bring students together with admiralty law specialties, and with the non-lawyer maritime professionals.


The Charleston School of Law requires all applicants to have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited school prior to enrolling. You must also take the LSAT, GRE, or JD Next.

Applicants must complete a series of steps prior to being considered for acceptance to Charleston School of Law. This checklist will help you quickly gather all the information you need.

The Charleston School of Law Office of Admission offers both merit-based and need-based scholarships.

The Charleston School of Law Office of Financial Aid helps students make informed financial decisions in all areas of student life: budgeting, loan comparisons, refund disbursements, and debt management.

Tuition is a major factor when considering law school. How much does a law degree cost? Can I afford it? This tuition chart will answer those foundational questions. 


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If you would like to receive information on the Charleston School of Law, please complete the request information form, email the Office of Admission, or call (843) 377-2143.


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