Law School Faculty Interviews

In addition to our comprehensive program directory and numerous resources, we have started an interview series so that students can learn more about individual schools from faculty members. Questions cover material like:

  • Unique characteristics of each program
  • Advice for online students
  • Additional details about concentrations
  • Career outlook and advice
  • Faculty background

Drexel University: Interview with Professor Paul Flanagan — Assistant Professor of Law
Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law offers an online MLS with part-time and full-time program options.

“Aligned with Drexel University’s shared values of quality, integrity, diversity, access, stewardship, and innovation, the Master of Legal Studies Program at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law provides a high quality educational experience for students and professionals interested in the field of compliance.”


Interview with Eric Menkhus of Arizona State University — Associate Dean for New Education Initiatives

ASU’s 30 credit hour program focuses on an understanding of legal principles and how they are applied in practice in professional settings.

“The purpose of our MLS program is to allow students to study and understand legal principles and apply them to their field of interest without actually becoming a lawyer.”


Interview with Timothy Glynn of Seton Hall University — Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Law

Seton Hall University Law School Online offers an online master of jurisprudence and LL.M. with part-time and full-time program options.

“Seton Hall Law School began offering an MSJ degree in Health Law over 20 years ago. The professors in the law school’s Center for Health and Pharmaceutical Law recognized that many nonlegal professionals working in the highly regulated health care space would benefit from a greater understanding of law and legal reasoning. In 2013, Seton Hall Law began to offer the MSJ program completely online, although students also may choose to take electives in-person at the law school.”


These interviews were conducted in May 2018.