An ABA-Approved Online Law Degree Program
JDinteractive is taught by Syracuse University College of Law faculty to the same high standards as Syracuse’s residential JD program. JDi is an ABA-accredited, hybrid online JD program designed for students who desire a high-caliber legal education with maximum flexibility. The program combines real-time, live online class sessions with self-paced instruction, on-campus courses, and experiential learning opportunities.
Just some of the advantages of studying law through JDinteractive:
- Syracuse University College of Law is the top ranked law school to offer an online law degree program.
- Coursework is taught with an interactive, fine-tuned mix of live and self-paced online classes.
- Complete your law degree in 3 years and 3 months.
- Become a part of Syracuse University, a world-class research university.
- Opportunities to join a slate of student organizations, including Syracuse Law Review.
—Professor Ian Gallacher
Join Dean Craig M. Boise, Faculty Director of Online Education Nina Kohn, and host and JDinteractive 1L student Meghan Stapleton Steenburgh for an ABA Law Student Podcast on making legal education more accessible through online programs and other innovations. This two-part podcast also features JDi 2L students Mandy Mobley Li, Katy Morris, and Ernie Sawyer, who offer tips and tricks for adjusting to online learning.
JDinteractive Offers a Full Law Degree Experience
- Each course blends live classes and self-paced lessons. The part-time structure offers a flexible schedule.
- Online law school students earn exactly the same degree as residential students.
- The College’s distinguished faculty design and teach JDinteractive courses.
- Admissions standards mirror those in Syracuse’s residential program.
- In-person residencies connect students with professors, the University campus, and fellow JD students.
- Online law school program students complete externships, earning academic credit while gaining real-world legal experience.
- Online students can join the student-run Syracuse Law Review and other student interest organizations.
- JDi students have access to student programming and services, including academic counseling, tutors, study groups, bar exam preparation, and professional development.
- Online law school students are offered a full slate of career support services, including résumé review, mock interviews, and more.