Application process open for first program beginning in August 2007

Boston College Law School has announced that the LL.M. program it planned to launch in the fall of 2007 has received the acquiescence of the American Bar Association. According to the school, enrollment of students for the next year's LL.M. will now go ahead as planned.

The application deadline for August 2007 entry is March 1, though prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their materials well-before the deadline. The admissions committee will begin to review complete applications beginning in January.

More information about the new LL.M. program at Boston College, including application information, can be found on the program's website.

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