Beginning fall 2018, the University of Dayton School of Law will begin accepting applications to its new hybrid Juris Doctor (J.D.) program.
We strive to prepare lawyers to make an impact anywhere, and the hybrid J.D. program allows us to open our law school to a more diverse student body. As with our on-campus program, the hybrid J.D. will feature an experiential curriculum that focuses on using legal knowledge to better lives and communities.
The hybrid curriculum will include both live online classes and a once-a-semester, on-campus experience. All students will benefit from real-time interaction with Dayton Law faculty, who are legal scholars and experienced practitioners in the field.
The hybrid J.D. program prepares you with the foundational legal education you need to be eligible to sit for the bar. LSAT scores will be required to apply.
We will begin accepting applications in fall 2018, and classes will begin in fall 2019.
The American Bar Association approved the University of Dayton School of Law's variance request to offer a hybrid J.D. program.