Distance Education Leader John Marshall Law School Offers JD Law Courses Online This Summer

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| Source: The John Marshall Law School

Chicago, Illinois, April 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, a pioneer in legal distance education, will offer a variety of courses online this summer featuring hot topics and bar-tested subjects. The American Bar Association allows students to take up to 15 credit hours of online law courses toward their JD.

“John Marshall continues its commitment to be a leader in the field of online legal education, for our own students here in Chicago and for visiting students who can take courses that they might not otherwise have an opportunity to take at their home school,” said Chris Bevard, John Marshall’s Assistant Director of Educational Technology. “We’re continually looking for ways to incorporate new tools and types of interactivity into our new and existing online courses, so students can be assured that they’re getting an experience that they won’t get anywhere else.”

Each year, more and more law students enroll in online classes. Online courses afford students the flexibility to round out their law school schedules with academic study, while conducting “real-world” work through clinical experience or externships. John Marshall’s online courses are open to candidates in their second and third years, and visiting students may, with their home school’s approval, transfer up to six online hours toward their JD.

Select JD and LLM courses available at John Marshall this summer include:

  • Climate Change Law
  • Cyber Crime, Information Warfare & Economic Espionage
  • Cyberspace Law
  • Employee Benefits Law
  • Estates & Trusts
  • Homeland Security
  • International & Comparative Sports Law
  • IP in Start-Up Companies
  • Law & New Technology
  • Right of Publicity & Protection of Personality Law

A full listing of John Marshall’s online course catalog is available at  http://www.jmls.edu/jdonline

About John Marshall’s eDegrees Distance Education
John Marshall is investing in distance education in ways unseen at many other law schools. Many of John Marshall’s online courses are produced in an in-house studio, and in the field under the direction of media, instructional and resource specialists who, in concert with faculty, oversee both the production quality, as well as the course content. In addition to its JD program, John Marshall provides practicing attorneys the options to earn LLM degrees online in employee benefits, estate planning, and intellectual property law. The law school also offers online MJ degrees in employee benefits, estate planning and intellectual property law.

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Miller McDonald
The John Marshall Law School 
312-427-2737
mmcdona@jmls.edu