Indiana University's Maurer School of Law has announced the launch of a new two-year LL.M. program, according to the school's website.
The program is designed for applicants who do not yet meet the English language requirements to enroll directly in the school's traditional, one-year LL.M.
The new two-year LL.M. program includes two stages. In the first year of the program, students will work on their legal English skills while also learning about the US legal system. If students satisfy the requirements for completion of the first part of the program, in the second year they will continue onto the LL.M. program.
During the second year of the two-year LL.M. program, students will be able to specialize in one of the following legal areas:
- Business and commercial law
- Financial regulation and capital markets
- Information privacy and cybersecurity law
- Intellectual property law
- International and comparative law; globalization
- LL.M. in American law
To apply for the new two-year LL.M. program, prospective students will need a first degree in law and either a TOEFL iBT score of at least 74, or an IELTS score of at least 6. Other supporting documents, such as transcripts and a personal statement, will also be required.
For more information, please see IU Maurer's news release announcing the launch of the two-year LL.M.
You can read more about the school and its LL.M. programs on IU Maurer's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.