George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School has announced that it will launch an online version of its LL.M. in Global Antitrust Law & Economics.
The online LL.M. is designed for busy professionals who can't afford to take a year off for a residential LL.M. Instead, this program is delivered through asynchronous online learning such as discussion boards, assessment activities, and more.
It will take four semesters to complete the online LL.M. in Global Antitrust Law & Economics. The online LL.M. will not require any visits to the George Mason campus.
The program will provide students with "an advanced understanding of the laws that regulate the process of business competition and modern antitrust adjudication."
The school also offers an in-class version of the LL.M. in Global Antitrust Law & Economics. This program covers a range of topics, with classes such as "Global Antitrust Law," "Antitrust Economics," and "European Union Competition Law," for example.
Students who have attended a US-based JD program may waive one class from the online LL.M.
George Mason is currently accepting applications for the new online LL.M.'s inaugural January 2018 cohort.
For more information or to apply, please see George Mason's online LL.M. in Global Antitrust Law & Economics' course webpage.