Certificates in business and entertainment law will be available

California's USC Gould has announced that it will launch an online LL.M. program, beginning next fall.

The program is aimed at students who have earned first degrees in law from outside the United States, and who want to be exposed to American law. Classes will take place completely online, and will "mirror those taught in the residential program," according to a USC press release.

Students will also have the opportunity of pursuing a certificate in either business law or entertainment law.

Additionally, online students may opt to attend an on-campus Summer Law and English program. 

For more information, please see the USC Gould LL.M. program page or see USC Gould's full profile at LLM Guide.

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