5 concentrations available on Delaware campus; 3 options at Pennsylvania campus

Widener University School of Law was granted acquiescence by the American Bar Association (ABA) for its new General LL.M. Program starting this Fall. 

 
Students will now be able to select from five areas of concentration on Widener's Wilmington, Delaware campus: Corporate and Business Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Health Law, and American Legal Studies. Three areas of concentration on Widener's Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) campus: US Law (with a Government Law focus), US Law (with a Litigation focus), or Environmental Law.
 
The program is open to graduates of US JD programs, as well as international students with a first law degree from a non-US law school.
 
Widener Law will be offering an information webinar about the program on April 3 at 9am Eastern time. For more information or to register, please visit the Widener LL.M. Webinar website.
 
For more information please visit Widener's General LL.M. program website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile
 

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