Law Degree Online

1. A Law degree online has very high requirements.

Admission into a law school awarding the JD or Juris Doctorate requires a high GPA and a satisfactory score on the LSAT or Law School Admissions Test. Institutions will vary in their minimum score requirements. However, all colleges have fairly high expectations. A combination of the LSAT score and the GPA create a specific number which is used to determine top priority admits and/or scholarship amounts.

2. An law degree online can be in a number of different areas.

A JD on the web, in fact, requires a student to specialize in a certain area of law such as Business, international, environmental, bankruptcy, tax, and family. Students generally obtain a clear idea of the field they like during their first year. They are then encouraged to choose electives in their major field of study, or they can take a variety of subject electives and obtain a generalized JD without a single specialization.

3. It typically takes six years to complete law school online.

Students studying full time, usually graduate within three years. It can be made shorter with an accelerated 2 1/2 year program. The accelerated program requires students to attend classes in the summer. After the JD is granted, the student must pass their state's bar exam. This exam grants a student the license to practice within their state.

4. Law degrees online are inexpensive.

An Internet JD can be very expensive, and many students seek loan organizations to borrow money to finance their educational pursuits. At the same time, once a student graduates from law school, they tend to earn enough income to pay off their law education loan quickly. Still, students should consider borrowing responsibly and living on a budget that accounts for repaying all of their education loans as quickly as possible.

5. Going to law school can a worthy cause to represent and fight for the innocent.

Psalm 147:6 - The LORD lifteth up the meek: he casteth the wicked down to the ground.

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