The University of Dayton School of Law’s 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. The program takes four years to complete and is delivered in an innovative format offering more flexibility with your professional and personal commitments.
Earn an Esteemed J.D. in a Hybrid Format
Learn directly from School of Law faculty during online face-to-face sessions.
Study cases in depth through professionally produced course materials.
Deepen your understanding with in-person intensives in Dayton, Ohio.
You will have full access to law librarians and career services specialists through the online platform. All students complete a capstone course, 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.
Students who have successfully completed their first year of law school with an ABA-accredited institution are eligible to apply for admission to the Online Hybrid J.D. program. Typically, transfer credits are capped at thirty semester hours, or forty-five quarter hours.