William Mitchell Law School Offers Hybrid JD Program

The American Bar Association approves a variance allowing the school to offer online and on-campus program.

, Legaltech News


The American Bar Association approves a variance allowing the Minnesota law school to offer online and on-campus program.

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  • Patrick Stiehm

    So the ABA is expected to bump up the number of online credits law students can count toward their degree from 12 to 15. WOW, they are really moving recklessly into the modern era. What next; abolish the use of quill pens? Good for William Mitchell. I think their open and willing embrace of the future is where the rest of the legal profession must sooner or later go. Lets hope it is sooner.

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