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Alabama Code Title 34. Professions and Businesses § 34-3-2.1

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So long as the Birmingham School of Law, Miles College School of Law, and Jones School of Law maintain a four-year curriculum of law courses for resident law students each consisting of 30 weeks of classes or of one year more than the full-time program at the state university law school, namely the University of Alabama Law School, and with the curriculum covering basic law courses, covering all bar exam courses, and other elective courses sufficient for a four-year program, which courses are taught by licensed attorneys or judges, then, upon satisfactory completion of the courses, the graduates certified by the deans of the institutions shall be deemed to have sufficient legal training to take the bar exam offered by the State of Alabama or any of its agents as prescribed by law.

If they have other qualifying criteria, they have full rights to sit for the bar exam as any other applicant from any other schools.

This approval is given for as long as the schools operate and without reservation of powers to act further unless this section is anyway abrogated.

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