New York Law School’s Online Mental Disability Law Program meets the needs of the dedicated professional. This program is:
- Affordable. Gain a valuable credential at a reasonable cost.
- Convenient and flexible. Complete the majority of your studies at your convenience in the comfort of your home.
- High quality. New York Law School is the only American Bar Association (ABA)-approved law school offering courses in Mental Disability Law in an online learning format. You will get the same training and preparation as our students at the Law School receive.
- Supportive. The online learning environment provides a supportive environment in which you can readily complete each course, master the subject matter, and achieve the program’s objectives. You also have access to a virtual community of learners, which includes regularly scheduled, small-group chat sessions, message board postings, and e-mail addresses for your professors and peers. During live seminars near the beginning and at the end of the course, you have the valuable opportunity to meet and network with your fellow students and professors.
New York Law School’s Online Learning Environment
The program provides quality instruction and academic guidance through a multidimensional distance learning environment, allowing you to further your education while maintaining your current professional careers. It utilizes the latest and most effective online learning technologies to conveniently distribute legal education to professionals who may otherwise be unable to gain access to this training.
You will fulfill the program’s learning objectives through a combination of presentations, readings, discussion sessions, and live seminars. This is accomplished without sacrificing the standard of excellence prevalent in all New York Law School academic programs.
System Requirements for the Online Mental Disability Law Program
The Online Mental Disability Law Program is conducted on the Blackboard Learning Management System, a richly-featured platform, and its many tools require that users meet certain system requirements. Click here to view system requirements.