The University of Hawaii at Manoa's Richardson School of Law has announced that it is lower the tuition rate for its LL.M. program.
The program, which was previously priced at over $44,000, will now be available at $29,016.
The school is currently the only Hawaii-based law school ranked in the "Best Law Schools" ranking from US News & World Report.
Students undertaking the LL.M. at the University of Hawaii can pursue a number of specializations, including Business and Commercial Law, Conflict Resolution, Environmental Law, and Ocean Law & Policy, among others.
Applications for the LL.M. at the Richardson School of Law are accepted on a rolling basis between October 1 to May 1 of each year.
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