« Last post by Kobayashi Maru on August 20, 2016, 12:58:36 PM »
The Masters was in Law&Public Policy. An identical PhD would not require a JD nor a law license to teach in it.
I have a Masters in Law & Public Policy. I was searching for a ph.d. In some law discipline but was unsuccessful.
I'd advise against a PhD in Law, it is not a very popular degree and won't qualify you to teach at a law school since you do not have a JD and are not a lawyer. Academic jobs are tight, you'd be better off going for a PhD in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Policy which would have much more utility. Additionally online and foreign PhDs are a tough sell these days for job seekers. Good luck.
Same with Criminal Justice, or MOST legal subjects OTHER than law school.
Might end up teaching at State........but I don't think teaching is even the goal here.