New one-year program begins in Spring 2009; applications being accepted

New York Law School (NYLS) has announced it will begin a LL.M. degree in Real Estate Law in Spring 2009. According to the law school, it will be the fourth such program to be created in the United States. 

The new program will offer two concentrations: Finance and Development and Public Policy and Regulation. The full-time program can be completed in one year, while the part-time program can be spread out over four years.

The program is now accepting applications. For more information, please visit the NYLS website.

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