A law degree is an advanced degree that is pursued after obtaining a 4-year bachelor's degree with any major, though some of the more common 4-year degrees held by those in law school include political science, business, English, criminal justice, international relations, and accounting. Enrolling in a online law degree program, just like a traditional setting, is also largely dependent on how well you score on your Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Law school generally takes 3-4 years to complete depending on your focus. Different online law degrees are available for students who wish to specialize on a specific area of law such as international, corporate, or constitutional law.
Upon successful completion of your law degree online you will earn a juris doctor (JD) degree. Students are then allowed to take a written bar exam for the state(s) or regions in which they plan to practice.
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