You’ll spend just a few weeks per year on our campus while studying the law at Mitchell Hamline. You’ll continue your studies from anywhere in the world. Whether that means more time in your hometown or extensive travel for work or in the military, we’ve seen students excel in those situations while completing their legal education in a way that fit their lives. You can do it to.
Kelly Von Ruden
Director, Blended Learning Program
Semester by semester
For the first four semesters, courses are essentially the same for all blended-learning students. You will come to campus twice a semester and spend the rest of each semester off campus, completing coursework online.
Starting in semester five, you will have access to a range of courses in a variety of formats. For any courses you take in semesters 5-8 in the blended format, you will come to campus for a Capstone Week.Semester by Semester
Prof. Jim Hilbert
Sample online class
We’ve designed a sample class to introduce you to Canvas, our learning management system. The sample class pulls examples from several of our online and blended courses. Try it out to get a preview of the mix of instructional materials Mitchell Hamline offers online.Sample Class
Blended Learning student panel
Watch a replay of our March 24 video conference featuring a student panel.
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Blended Learning team
Mitchell Hamline trains law professors worldwide on online learning
As law schools recently faced a sudden need to move their classes online, many turned to the experts at Mitchell Hamline for advice. In recent weeks, we have conducted remote training sessions for schools worldwide.
Meet blended-learning student Amber Fitzgerald
For the first time at an ABA-approved law school, a blended-learning student—Amber Fitzgerald from Washington, Missouri—was elected editor in chief of the school’s law review.