Georgia State Law to Launch an LL.M. in Health Law

New LL.M. will launch this fall; full- and part-time options will be available

Georgia State University College of Law (GSU Law) has announced plans to launch an LL.M. in Health Law this fall.

The new LL.M., offered through the school's Center for Law, Health & Society, is designed to prepare graduates to work in practice or policy work in the health law field. 

The required courses for the LL.M. cover various topics topics in health law, including finance & delivery and quality and access. For the remainder of the program, students can choose from a variety of elective courses. 

The new LL.M. in Health Law will be available in full- and part-time formats. 

GSU Law also offers a Health Law certificate option for its JD students.

The school strongly advises that applicants have three years of post-JD experience prior to enrolling in the LL.M.

For more information, please see GSU's LL.M. in Health Law course webpage.

Read more about GSU Law's LL.M. programs on the school's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

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Zagham Zai...    |    Jul 15, 2017 10:32
I want to study there tell me all procedure I have LLB having 8 years experience
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