Types of Law
Learn about the different types of law below.
Washington University in St. Louis
Washington University in St. Louis WU’s online Master of Legal Studies (MLS), MLS in Taxation, and Master of Laws (LLM) in U.S. Law or Taxation are taught by the same expert faculty as the university’s on-campus programs, all delivered in a streamlined online format that can be completed in as little as a year.
Arizona State University
Featured Program: Earn Your Master of Legal Studies in as little as one year
ASU’s online undergraduate (BA/BS), graduate (MA/MS/MLA/LLM), and graduate certificate programs in law, criminal justice, and public policy draw on the university’s more than 15-year track-record for innovation in online education and are taught by the same world-renowned faculty as the on-campus programs.
Purdue University Global
Purdue’s BS in Legal Support and Services offers a flexible way to build a comprehensive foundation in law, the option to choose a paralegal concentration, and a direct path to future graduate study in public administration, human services, psychology, and more.
Featured Program: Online Paralegal Associate Degree and Post-Degree Certificate Programs
Rasmussen’s Paralegal Associate Degree and Post-Degree Certificate programs offer career-ready pathways to become a certified paralegal and outstanding support and guidance along the way.
University of Dayton
Featured Program: Online Hybrid Juris Doctor: ABA-approved JD program; Prepare to sit for the bar exam in most states; Semester-long legal externship
The University of Dayton’s hybrid/online Juris Doctor (JD) earns top marks for outstanding flexibility and convenience and was the first School of Law in the nation to receive ABA variance approval for remote courses thanks to its unique online-hybrid design.