The executive JD or executive Juris Doctor program from Concord Law School help students develop their communication skills, analytical reasoning, effective communication skills, self-discipline, intellectual insightfulness, critical thinking, and advanced knowledge of the law. After their first year, some students focus on specialty areas including Health Law Track, Law and Technology Track, or Criminal Justice Track.
Although law degrees are varied, most students start with an associate's degree in law, advancing to a Juris Doctor degree. Various courses are available in law schools and online in both full and part time capacities. Anything from becoming a lawyer to administration work is under the general category of law. The part time, four-year study required for the Juris Doctor program is not mandatory for the executive Juris Doctor program and although many courses remain the same, the schedules are more adjustable. Graduates of the executive Juris Doctor program serve in educational, research and advisory capacities and do not practice law.