law school.An institution for formal legal education and training. • Graduates who complete the standard program, usu. three years in length, receive a Juris Doctor (or, formerly, a Bachelor of Laws).

accredited law school.A law school approved by the state and the Association of American Law Schools, or by the state and the American Bar Association. • In all states except California, only graduates of an accredited law school may take the bar examination. [Cases: Colleges and Universities  1. C.J.S. Colleges and Universities §§ 2–3, 9.]

 [Blacks Law 8th]