IP Law, Entrepreneurial Law, and Natural Resources Law programs begin in 2010

The University of Colorado at Boulder - Colorado Law has announced it will begin three LL.M. programs beginning in the Fall 2010: LL.M. programs in Natural Resources Law, Entrepreneurial Law, and Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law. The one-year, full-time programs will be the first LL.M. programs offered by the university.

Applications for the inaugural programs beginning in August 2010 are due on March 15, 2010.

For more information, please visit the Colorado Law website.

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