Case Western Reserve University Offering New Master of Law Programs

New programs cover topics in international business, intellectual property, and US & Global Legal Studies

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.

[See related article: Juris Masters, MSLs and Beyond: Master of Laws Programs for Non-Law Graduates]

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