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Washington University School of Law, a top-20 U.S. law school, offers an online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree through the innovative @WashULaw platform. The MLS is a one-year graduate degree in law designed for non-lawyers. The degree provides students with the legal acumen needed to advance their careers in a wide variety of professions — from business and finance to health care. No GRE or LSAT required, Bachelor's Required. Request Information.

Rasmussen College offers online Paralegal Associate's Degree and Post-Degree Certificate programs designed to give you the skills you need to provide expert legal support services, while preparing you for the CLA/CP Exam. Find out more about earning an Associate's Degree or Post-Degree Certificate online through Rasmussen College.

The online Master of Legal Studies program from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law offers a concentration in dispute resolution for students interested in pursuing careers in arbitration or mediation. The concentration incorporates curriculum from Pepperdine Law’s Straus Institute, which is top-ranked for dispute resolution by U.S. News & World Report. Request Information.

American University's online Master of Legal Studies equips students with fundamental legal training and industry-specific knowledge. Students attend online classes and an in-person immersion in Washington, D.C. Complete in as few as 15 months. No GRE or LSAT required, Bachelor's Required. Request Information.

Arizona State University's - Master of Legal Studies online program allows students to customize their learning with nine emphasis areas and earn their degree from a top 10 U.S. public law school in as little as one year.

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