Find Master of Legal Studies Schools by State

While most online MLS programs can be enrolled in from anywhere in the United States, some programs offer additional resources and events to students who can visit campus. Additionally, some schools offer discounted tuition to students residing in the same state. Below, you will find a list of all the states we found in our research that have at least one school offering a Master of Legal Studies program. All schools listed are accredited, and offer entirely online courses with no more than two on-campus visits during the program.

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American University

Washington College of Law

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Master of Legal Studies

  • Complete in as few as 12 months 
  • No GRE/LSAT scores required to apply 
  • Four tracks available: General MLS, Business, Health Care Compliance, and Technology 
  • Three certificates available: Business, Health Care Compliance, and Technology

Fordham University

School of Law

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Master of Studies in Law

  • GRE, GMAT, and LSAT scores not required to apply 
  • Complete in as few as 12 months 
  • Minimum two years’ compliance-related work experience recommended

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It’s always a good idea to check with a school’s admissions department to verify that students are admitted from your state before you apply, as regulations and laws vary from state to state.

Master of Legal Studies Programs by State:

Pepperdine University

Caruso School of Law

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Master of Legal Studies

  • No GRE or LSAT scores required to apply 
  • Complete in as few as 16 months 
  • Dispute resolution concentration available

Washington University

Washington University School of Law

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Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

  • Complete in as little as one year  
  • Bachelor’s degree required  
  • Students can choose to concentrate in one of five specialization areas 

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