Dayton Law Launches LL.M. Certificate in Social Justice Law

New certificate to be comprised of classes in international human rights, immigration, feminist legal theory, and others

Ohio's University of Dayton has announced that it has launched a new LL.M. certificate in Social Justice Law.

The new certificate—which can also be pursued by students in the school's MSL programs—will include classes in  international human rights, civil rights enforcement, immigration, Constitutional law, and critical race and feminist legal theory. The certificate is designed to prepare graduates for roles in nonprofits, government, and private settings.

As part of the new LL.M. certificate, participants will also have the opportunity to work with the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, which produces a range of research.

With the new certificate in Social Justice Law, the University now offers seven optional certificates as part of its LL.M. and MSL programs. Other certificate options include Applied Business Law, Criminal Law, Cyberlaw, and Intellectual Property, among others.

For more information, please see the University of Dayton's news release announcing the launch of the new LL.M. certificate in Social Justice Law.

You can also read more about the law school on the University of Dayton's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

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