University of Dayton Launches Online LL.M.

First intake in January 2019; program meets the curricular requirements for Washington state bar admission

Ohio's University of Dayton School of Law has announced the launch of a new Online LL.M. program.

The school's new LL.M. in American and Transnational Law will be delivered completely online. During the program, students can also earn a Certificate in United States Legal Practice (at no additional cost and for no additional credits.)

The Online LL.M.'s 12 courses will cover a range of topics, including Professional Responsibility, Business Associations, Evidence, Real Property, Torts, Trusts and Estates, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, and Contracts & Sales.

The program is open to both domestic and international students, and is designed primarily for international students who want to learn more about US law and legal practice, and may be interested in taking a bar exam in the US. The Online LL.M., according to the school, meets the current curricular requirements to take the Washington state bar exam.

The program's length is flexible but can generally be completed in approximately one year. Students may take up to three years to complete the LL.M.

The University of Dayton's Online LL.M. is set to debut in January 2019. Scholarships and financial aid are available.

For more information, please see the University of Dayton's Online LL.M. program FAQ page.

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