New program begins in January 2013; includes optional summer immersion

Washington University School of Law (WUSTL) in St. Louis has announced it will begin offering its LL.M. in U.S. Law for Foreign Lawyers completely online starting in January 2013.

The program will be branded as @WashULaw, and according to the law school, will "allow foreign lawyers to complete an LLM degree in U.S. law without leaving their law practices or relocating to the United States."

An optional summer immersion in the United States, taught by WUSTL faculty, is also available for program participants.

For more information about the new program, please visit the @WashULaw program website.

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