Partnership between Florida schools would help law students graduate earlier

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UCF students planning a law career have a chance to shave a full year off of their education after UCF announced a new partnership with Barry University's law school.

The program will allow students to finish a bachelor's degree and law degree in six years instead of seven.

Meanwhile, officials at University of Central Florida are working to develop a similar relationship with Florida State University's law school in Tallahassee.

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