Question: Are there any colleges that will allow me to dual enroll in their law school program while being either a senior or junior working on my bachelor's degree?
Yes, some colleges and universities offer an option similar to what you describe. Typically, these are called 3+3 programs because you work towards your bachelorâ€™s degree for three years and then begin law school. Often (depending on the institution you attend) you do not officially earn your bachelorâ€™s degree until you have completed your first year of law school in good standing. Most typically, too, you do not apply directly to the 3+3 program while you are still in high school but can do so once youâ€™ve completed a couple years of college with a strong record.