New program designed for both US and international attorneys

In the fall of 2009, Chapman University School of Law (Orange County, California) will begin offering a new Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program with specialization options in Business Law & Economics, Entertainment & Media Law, and International & Comparative Law.

These programs integrate graduate courses from Chapman's College of Film and Media Arts, the School of Business & Economics and the Economic Science Institute, headed by Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith.

American attorneys and international lawyers are invited to apply. Each program has a full-time and part-time option.

For more information, contact the LL.M. Program offices at llm@chapman.edu, or see the law school's website at www.chapman.edu/law.

The priority application deadline for the new programs is June 1, 2009.

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