Becoming a Legal Writing Professor via Online Education?

At the very least, online education can help you lay a foundation and/or open up alternate career paths. Walden University, one of the highest ranking online schools, is a US school (accredited) offering legal courses to train individuals to become top-notch legal professionals, judges, lawyers, paralegals, arbitrators, business lawyers, M and A lawyers, legal assistants, legal issues in business specialists, etc. Currently, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics there are 12,690 people employed as law teachers alone in America, and their average annual salary is $109,150. Colleges and universities like Walden University that provide online education are successfully launching workers into this field.

Legal Writing Professor Salary Information

Category: Law teachers, postsecondary

Total # Employed in the US 12,690
Average Yearly Salary $109,150
Yearly Salary Range
PERCENTILE
10%25%50%75%90%
$42,520 $64,000 $99,040 $140,130 $0
Employment Demographics
% OF WORKERS WITH
< High School Diploma High School Diploma Some College Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Master Degree Doctoral Degree
0.2% 0.7% 2.7% 2.3% 15.3% 34.6% 44.2%
Law teachers, postsecondary — WAGES BY STATE, SORTED BY SALARY
STATEAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Alabama - $92,610
Colorado - $119,560
Connecticut - $112,220
Delaware - $100,580
Florida - $115,810
Hawaii - $113,760
Idaho - $112,580
Kansas - $78,440
Maine - $83,270
Maryland - $111,750
Massachusetts - $125,450
Michigan - $82,710
Mississippi - $126,790
Missouri - $110,690
Montana - $123,140
Nebraska - $121,660
Nevada - $92,390
New Hampshire - $101,830
New Jersey - $83,300
North Dakota - $112,010
Ohio - $121,420
Oklahoma - $100,540
Oregon - $111,370
Pennsylvania - $142,570
South Carolina - $101,900
Tennessee - $109,870
Utah - $68,290
Washington - $96,740
Wyoming - $112,930
Guam - $125,410


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