CWRU Law students talking with each other


Your career starts here. In addition to our three-year JD degree, we offer 14 master's degrees, five LLM degrees and an SJD degree. You can also study abroad on five continents, earning your degree while traveling the world.

Explore our expansive offerings and find the best fit for you.

Case Western Reserve JD law students talking in the school
See our year-by-year breakdown of the JD curriculum and learn about our dual and concurrent degree programs.
CWRU SJD Law student in front of books in the law library
Our SJD program offers the highest research degree in law in the specialized field of study of your choice, including our top-ranked Health Law Program.
Case Western Reserve LLM students in Class
Our LLM program, ranked among the best in the nation, offers five degree options and a summer language training class for foreign students.
Case Western Reserve University Law students chatting outside of the Law School
Choose from one of 14 master's programs and earn a graduate degree in law without the three-year commitment of a JD degree.
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Study Abroad

See the world and earn your degree. Our semester-long study abroad program offers 17 placements in five continents, while our foreign concurrent degree program enables you to earn an LLM at the same time as your JD—at no extra cost.

Bar Exam

Headed into your last year? It’s time to prepare for the bar exam. See our comprehensive bar exam guide to help you prepare and find the resources you need to begin your legal career.

Get Prepared

Academic Calendar

Create a plan for your year in law school with our academic calendar, which includes key deadlines, holidays and exam periods.

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CWRU Law helped me develop skills that I use every day. I am tremendously thankful for the substantive knowledge I gained, the writing skills I developed and relationships with Case Western [Reserve] faculty members whose guidance continues to be an invaluable resource.

Brendan Saslow
LAW '16