Academics at WSU Law are kicked off with a program called STELLAR, which is designed to help students to develop learning and research techniques. During their first three weeks on campus, students gather in small study groups to get peer and professor feedback on their classroom progress. After that, classes follow the typical law school regime, and students completing their degree in either three or four years. WSU is owned by the Education Management Corporation, a company that operates several other higher learning institutions, but is in the process of switching hands to the Knowledge Investment Partners LP, pending approval.
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