RICHARD L. HERMANN
received his JD from Cornell Law School, his MA from the New School University, and his BA from Yale and is a Concord Law School professor teaching the only legal career management course in the U.S. He co-founded Federal Reports, Inc., the leading provider of legal career information in the U.S., and AttorneyJobs.com. He is a legal career consultant with over 30 years of experience in career counseling of attorneys. Early in his career as an attorney, Hermann was a senior legal consultant to the U.S. Departments of Defense, Justice and Energy, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He is the author of more than 20 books on legal careers.
CONCORD LAW SCHOOL
Concord was the nation's first wholly online law school. From its beginning class of 33 students, Concord has grown into a law school with more than 1400. Concord students are mid-career professionals – the average age is 43 – and generally 40% have earned a graduate degree prior to enrolling in law school. Concord serves extremely well students who plan to blend their prior background and work experience with a legal education to enhance an existing career or start a new one. Visit the Concord Law School site here.
Concord offers a four year part-time Juris Doctor program which meets the legal education requirements of the State Bar of California and the Executive Juris Doctor℠ degree for individuals who want a legal education for career or personal goals, but do not intend to practice law.