Earn your degree online, anyplace, anywhere, anytime
At Novus, you can complete your legal education online, offline, anyplace, anywhere, anytime, with no classroom room study required. Your studies are completed at a time and schedule that meets your professional and personal obligations.

The Rules Regulating Admissions to The Practice of Law in the United States are established in each state by bar examiners or committees. The options for admissions are detailed through the links below to statistics published by The National Conference Of Bar Examiners and links to state by state bar admissions requirements.

Currently, All law schools that are 100% online are listed as non-approved by the American Bar Association; however, when combined with Clinical Apprenticeship/Attorney Supervised Study for bar admissions, both the practical training and degree studies may be accomplished. Attorney Supervised/Clinical Training is completed in law office and courtroom settings and can provide legal training and experience in a law practice.

Several states allow all or part bar admission eligibility to be met by Attorney Supervised Study/Apprenticeship (law office study). Further, several states may allow admission for non-ABA graduates if they complete an LLM from an ABA school.

If you intend to seek bar admission upon completion of your Legal Education and Attorney Supervised Study, you should explore all admissions options for all states for which you may seek to qualify under, both general admissions and attorney admissions.

Attorney admissions may apply when an individual is admitted to the bar in one state and may become eligible to be admitted to another state under attorney admissions requirements.


In conjunction with your legal education, Novus students use Attorney Supervised Study for bar admission which is available in several states. Click the links below for more information.
California
New York
Vermont
Virginia
Washington


Since jurisdiction rules and policies change, you are strongly advised to consult the jurisdiction's bar admission agency directly for the most current information. Note that many jurisdictions are making emergency changes to rules, policies, and exam administrations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is recommended that you research all options for the state board of bar examiners in the state(s) in which you are interested in being admitted and your ability to sit for the bar exam.