Master of Laws (LLM) Degree
Seton Hall Law offers Master of Laws (LLM) degrees in Health Law and Intellectual Property. The LLM academic programs provide attorneys with the opportunity to explore these areas and hone their expertise. The courses are taught by full-time and adjunct professors who bring their scholarly insights, as well as their professional experience, to the classroom, enabling students to broaden and deepen their knowledge and skills, and serve their clients and organizations more effectively.
A candidate seeking admission to the LLM program must have a J.D. degree from an American Bar Association accredited school of law or the equivalent of a J.D. degree. The Admissions Committee considers practice experience, graduate degrees in related field, quality of law school academic record, demonstrated interest, and evidenced ability to excel in academic pursuits. LLM applicants may apply for admission for the fall or spring semesters. Part-time and full-time programs are available.
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Helen A. Cummings, J.D.
Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs & Online Learning