Inaugural program will run during the 2010-11 academic year

Duke Law School has announced a "Law and Entrepreneurship" LL.M. program, which will begin during the 2010-11 academic year.

According to the university, the new, one-year program "will blend rigorous academic study relating to the legal, business, institutional, strategic, and public-policy frameworks and considerations that apply to entrepreneurs and innovation, with practice and research opportunities that allow each student to develop skills in representing clients."

Applications for the inaugural program will become available in February.

For more information, please visit the Duke Law School website.

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