The John Marshall Law School offers a diverse selection of online LLM and MS courses in some of today's most dynamic areas of law, including online graduate law courses in Estate Planning, Employee Benefits, Intellectual Property Law, and Information Technology & Privacy Law.
Aspiring lawyers must complete law school. Applying to law school requires graduating from a bachelor's degree program and, in nearly all cases, taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Applicants wanting to specialize in a particular field of law may consider an undergraduate degree in that field. For example, students who want to become tax attorneys might study accounting, while those interested in environmental law may consider majoring in environmental science.
Education Requirements To Become A Lawyer