Concord Law School, the first fully online law school, has announced its merger with Kaplan University, making it the first online law school with regional accreditation. Based in Davenport, Iowa, Kaplan University provides a number of online degrees, including law degrees, to more than 27,000 students. Los Angeles-based Concord Law School was founded in 1998 and serves about 1,500 students. Most are mid-career professionals, 40 percent of whom already have graduate degrees.
Online Law School Gains Regional Accreditation
The National Law Journal
November 5, 2007
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