University of Dayton Hybrid Juris Doctor (J.D.) | OnlineUniversity of Dayton Hybrid Juris Doctor (J.D.) | OnlineUniversity of Dayton Hybrid Juris Doctor (J.D.) | Online
Created by the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) for aspiring attorneys who need a flexible schedule.Created by the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) for aspiring attorneys who need a flexible schedule.Created by the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) for aspiring attorneys who need a flexible schedule.
A Tradition of Innovation in Legal Education
The Online Hybrid J.D. program provides the foundational legal information you need to sit for the bar exam in most states and pursue a career as a lawyer.
You can expect a combination of online and in-person instruction: Over the course of four years, you will attend live online classes, complete interactive online coursework, and get to know your on-campus community during 10 Get Relevant Experience and Applied Learning (REAL) Intensives.
During the program, you will complete a capstone course, a semester-long law externship and a bar preparation course, which provide practical hands-on experience as well as exam preparation resources at key points throughout the curriculum.
You will benefit from real-time interaction with School of Law faculty members, who are experienced educators, legal scholars and practitioners in the field. You will also have full access to law librarians and career services specialists through the online platform.
Take the Next Step Toward Becoming a Lawyer
1University of Dayton School of Law Now Tied as the Fastest Rising Law School in America (2021), https://udayton.edu/blogs/daytondocket/2021/03/fastest_rising_law_school.php. Dayton Docket. Accessed July 20, 2021.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference
2American Bar Association Required Disclosures: Graduate Employment Data (2020), http://abarequireddisclosures.org/EmploymentOutcomes.aspx. American Bar Association. Accessed June 29, 2021. Ranking calculated using the full-time employment in bar-passage-required or J.D.-advantage positions of on-campus students from 10 Ohio-area schools, including UDSL and the nine law schools in closest proximity to UDSL.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference