Baylor Law School Launches Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management

The executive program in Waco, Texas is open to lawyers with at least three years' practice

Baylor Law School has announced a new executive LL.M. designed to enable graduates to strategically manage litigation.

The Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management is expected to welcome its first class in fall 2018, and will focus on applying strategy and management skills to the business of litigation.

The 14-month program will primarily involve 10 hours of online learning per week, allowing students to keep up with professional commitments. But they will also gather on campus three times during the program for intensive residential study.

Applications are open now and more information is available on the program website.


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Mmati    |    Jan 26, 2018 13:48
I am interested in your program but i am in South Africa. Can I still apply on line?
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