New certificate programs open to all LL.M. students with no additional tuition

The University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law has begun new certificate programs in Business Law and Entertainment Law. USC LL.M. students may now elect to specialize their degree by earning a certificate in either field.

According to the law school, the specializations are open to all students, designed within the LL.M. program for no additional tuition.

The Business Law certificate program will focus on deal documentation, negotiation, and planning with the ultimate goal of providing students with the tools to advise clients on the elements of business involved in the legal process.

The Entertainment Law program will connect legal and business concepts inherent in producing and distributing entertainment, and will be headed by former executive vice president and general counsel of Warner Bros, John Schulman.

For more information about the certificate programs, please visit the USC Law website. For more information about the LL.M. programs at USC, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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