Non-J.D. Programs

We help your school leverage faculty strengths as your instructor's transition into an online course environment.

As law schools move from being sole J.D. providers to comprehensive legal educators, iLaw supports your expansion by handling everything from market research to recruitment support to marketing.

Did you know that iLaw has successfully collaborated with more than 30 graduate programs since 2012? Would you like your school to deliver LL.M. Juris Master, Certificate or similar programs in a distance learning format?

We can help your school leverage and optimize faculty strengths as your instructors transition into an online course environment, provide
LMS and instructional design support, and offers class monitoring and technology assistance. Courses can be created to be offered synchronously, engaged-asynchronously, or hybrid. By partnering with iLaw your school will benefit by expanding applicant pools and markets, including lawyers and non-lawyer professionals, from around the world.

iLaw develops and delivers distance learning to complement J.D. offerings and diversify traditional programs, and build up surpluses to support your core J.D. mission.

In partnering with iLaw, your school benefits by:

  • Working with teams highly experienced in both legal education and distance learning
  • Diversifying legal education beyond the J.D. program
  • Establishing additional revenue sources to cover/enhance budgets
  • Leveraging existing faculty strengths your school’s reputation
  • Expanding applicant pools and markets, including lawyers and non-lawyer professionals

Download our case study to learn more about how we work with Texas A&M School of Law.

Download our case study to learn more about how we work with Baylor School Law School.

"Overall great experience and class.  Professor was great and so was the material taught."

Student in Spring Corporate Finance

"I enjoyed taking Conflicts of Law! Whenever I had a question, there was always immediate feedback (within 24-48 hours) which made the online course excellent. As a part-time student who currently works full time during the day, the flexibility of the course was greatly appreciated."

Student in Spring Conflict of Laws

"The video lectures were great. I really appreciated how the lecture and visual aids were interweaved!"

Student in Spring Economics for Lawyers

"I like the freedom and flexibility. The content was very ambitious yet interesting because the instructors were very knowledgeable. The professors showed me valuable economic incites in the realm of microeconomics, like how the supply curve is derived, which I found very interesting."

Student in Spring Economics For Lawyers

“I really loved this class. The professor did an amazing job of breaking down the content and relaying what an actual attorney in this area would deal with in everyday life. This has been one of my favorite classes I have taken in law school.” 

Student in Sports Law

“The instructor was passionate, knowledgeable and did a wonderful job summarizing the material in the video lectures. I enjoyed the professor.” 

Student in Fall Criminal Procedure

*Students are given the opportunity to provide feedback at the end of each iLaw program through a survey.