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Legal distance learning courses, such as those from Concord Law School or Abraham Lincoln University, are one way for law students to earn a degree. However, some law firms also use courses from these institutions to provide currently employed attorneys with continuing education opportunities. While many schools offer courses aimed at getting a Juris Doctor or Executive Juris Doctor degree, not all of these schools are recognized as suitable law schools by every state.
Whether you are looking to hire a new graduate or provide attorneys in your firm with continuing education, it is vital that you check with the distance learning center to determine if the courses offered are accredited by the American Bar Association and your state. This is especially important if the new graduate has yet to take the Bar Exam, as only graduates from accredited institutions are allowed to sit for the exam.
You have a little more leeway when you are only using the courses as a continuing education option; however, if the course hours are to comply with your state's continuing education requirements, the institution must be accredited. In any case, you must ensure that the courses being taught are offering legal, as well as ethical, teachings.
Business.com offers a plethora of resources to help you find a suitable legal distance learning institution to fit your firm's needs.