At Online Master of Legal Studies, we aim to provide prospective legal studies students and other legal professionals with a comprehensive resource to answer their questions about legal studies programs,law schools, degree programs and careers.
Resources for Legal Studies and Law Students
Degrees and Specializations
There are many different aspects of law to consider studying. When it comes to choosing a degree, you may be faced with a multitude of specializations and different types of degrees. Learn more about how to choose your legal specialization or degree below.
- Types of Law Degree Specializations with School List
- MLS vs LL.M. vs J.D.: Which Degree is Right for You?
- How to Choose a Law Degree Concentration
- 6 Things You Can Expect from an MLS program
Earning a law or legal studies degree may provide you with career growth in a range of fields. Learn more about some of the potential careers in law and legal studies below.
- Guide to Government Work
- How to Become a Paralegal
- How to Become a Compliance Officer
- How to Become a Lawyer
- What Can You Do with a Master’s in Legal Studies?
- What Can You Do with a Master’s in Tax Law?
- What Can You Do with a Degree in Dispute Resolution?
- What Can You Do with a Law Degree?
Tests, Exams and Applications
Future law students are likely required to take an entrance exam before admission and a bar exam if practicing law. Learn more about those exams, the bar association and law school below..
- The GRE, GMAT and LSAT Study Guide for Law Students
- What is a Bar Association, and Where Can Lawyers Learn More?
- How to Prepare for the Bar Exam
- Law School Faculty Interviews
Resources for Legal Professionals and Lawyers
The resources below may support the career growth of paralegals, legal professionals and lawyers. Learn more about support for paralegals, minorities in the legal field and more below.