New programs for foreign-trained lawyers begins in August
AJMLS had previously launched an Employment Law LL.M. in 2010. The new programs will bring the number of LL.M. programs offered by the school to three.
The residential American Legal Studies LL.M. program taught at AJMLS's campus in Atlanta, Georgia will be delivered over two semesters, and will be open to candidates with JD or equivalent degree and who can submit proof English proficiency.
The online program will be delivered over four semesters of 15 weeks each, and has the same admissions requirements.
There is no formal application deadline for either of the new programs.
For more information, please visit Atlanta's John Marshall Law School LL.M. website, their full LLM GUIDE directory listing, or contact LL.M. Director Lisa Kaplan at (404) 872-3593 ext. 131 or email lkaplan(at)johnmarshall.edu.
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