Case Western Reserve University's School of Law is offering several new Master of Law programs starting this fall, according to the school's website.
The new programs include the following:
Master of Law in US & Global Legal Studies: offering optional certificates in Criminal Law, Health Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Business Law, International Criminal Law, Public International Law, and Financial Integrity.
Master of Law in International Business Law: designed for students who want to learn about laws and regulations they may encounter as part of business practice.
Master of Law in Intellectual Property Law: covering topics in intellectual property law and related subjects.
In contrast to most LL.M. programs, these Master of Laws programs are designed for students who do not already have a first law degree.
These new programs can be completed on a full-time basis over nine months, or part-time in up to four years.
For more information, please see CWRU's Master of Laws program page.
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