Ranked #1 Law School for Dispute Resolution
Lawyers are not the only professionals who benefit from a fundamental understanding of the law. The online Master of Legal Studies program from Pepperdine University School of Law is designed for nonlawyers looking to develop the legal expertise to better perform their law-related job responsibilities and solve complex legal challenges.
Through a combination of face-to-face classes and weekly self-paced course work, the online Master of Legal Studies program enables you to attend Pepperdine School of Law without having to relocate. The online program can be completed in as few as 16 months. No GRE, LSAT, or GMAT scores are required for admission to the program.
The online Master of Legal Studies program features:
Customize your learning experience and gain skills in arbitration and mediation by selecting an optional concentration in dispute resolution. The Straus Institute at Pepperdine School of Law is ranked the Number 1 law school for dispute resolution by U.S. News & World Report.
Collaborate with School of Law faculty and classmates each week in face-to-face classes hosted via web camera. With a student-to-faculty ratio of approximately 15:1, classes are designed to encourage discussion and debate.
Learn from the same faculty who teach on campus. Our law professors are published scholars and legal experts who will mentor you to ensure your success.
Network and put your skills into practice during residencies on Pepperdine’s campus in Malibu, California, which is ranked as one of the most beautiful in the country by The Princeton Review.
Benefit from hands-on practice techniques, such as simulations and mock exercises, to reinforce your learning and help you apply your knowledge at work.
“We are thrilled to bring Pepperdine’s legacy of personal attention and experiential learning to students across the United States. With the online Master of Legal Studies, our School of Law continues to provide a practical, values-centered legal education that helps ambitious students accomplish their personal and professional goals.”
Paul L. Caron
Dean of Pepperdine School of Law