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Campbell Law announces five new FLEX JD information sessions

By Staff Report, posted 2 weeks ago

Campbell University Law has scheduled five information sessions for the Campbell FLEX JD program. 

The information sessions will begin in August of this year and run through May 2023 and will be educating attendees about how they can earn a degree at their own pace.

The dates during this time frame are as follows:

  • Wednesday, August 31, 2022 at noon
  • Thursday, November 10, 2022 at noon
  • Tuesday, January 10, 2022  at noon
  • Thursday, March 9, 2023 at noon
  • Friday, May 5, 2023, at noon

Prospective students can register here for any of these sessions.

The Campbell FLEX program enables law students to earn a Juris Doctorate degree by taking fewer hours each semester than required.

​​“The Triangle is a vibrant area which continues to grow and attract the best and brightest minds and organizations on par with any region of the country,” Dean J. Rich Leonard explained. “Many successful people in any number of professional careers have considered the idea of attending law school, but have been unable to make it a reality due to personal and professional obligations. Campbell Flex provides an opportunity to earn a law degree while maintaining a manageable balance between personal, professional and academic obligations without any regulations on employment status.”

Students enrolled in Campbell FLEX will have the same access and opportunities as other students not enrolled in the program. During the first two years students are required to complete the standard first-year curriculum.

All degree requirements must be completed within 84 months by taking at least five credits in each fall and spring semester, and no more than nine credits in each fall and spring semester.

For more information, contact Morgan Cutright at

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