Joins McGill and Leiden as schools offering specialized LL.M. programs in this field

The University of Mississippi School of Law will be launching a LL.M. program in Air and Space Law this fall. The new program can be taken on campus or online, on a part-time or full-time basis.

Students will be required to successfully complete six core courses: Comparative National Space Law, International Space Law, Private International Air Law, Public International Air Law, U.S. Aviation Law, and U.S. Space Law. Three thesis-writing courses are required, as well as a thesis of publishable quality.  

Electives are available in International Telecommunication Law and Space Security Law.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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