Samford University Launches Online LL.M. and MSL Programs

Each program will take 24 months to complete

The Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, in Alabama, has announced the launch of an Online LL.M. as well as an Online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree programs.

The two programs will be delivered entirely online, and each will take 24 months to complete. The LL.M. is designed for lawyers who want to expand their knowledge of law, while the MSL is aimed at non-lawyers who are interested in pursuing a law degree.

The programs will offer concentrations in the following topics:

  • Financial Services Regulatory Compliance
  • Health Law and Policy
  • Higher Education Law and Compliance
  • Legal Project Management

Both the Online LL.M. and the Online MSL are set to launch this fall.

For more information, please see the Samford news release announcing the launch of the new Online LL.M. and MSL programs.

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