New program allows LL.M. students to begin in June and finish in December
The program will begin in June 2012 with a 13-week summer session, with students taking the remainder of the 13 credit hours in the subsequent fall and/or spring semesters.
According to the center, the summer program is "for foreign-trained lawyers who want a U.S. LL.M. degree but do not plan to sit for the New York Bar exam."
For more information, please visit the UHLC LL.M. website.
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