MS in Legal Studies

The Master of Science (MS) in Legal Studies is designed for graduate students and professionals whose area of research or employment would benefit from further study of the legal system.

Ideal candidates include, but are not limited to, graduate students in other disciplines (such as political science, economics, international relations, engineering, philosophy, business or medicine) or professionals from different fields (such as journalism, business, science or technology), who will benefit from studying law, but who do not wish to become attorneys.

Candidates work closely with the Assistant Director to design an individual, flexible program that is to their greatest interest and benefit and may select available courses from a variety of subject areas within the law school curriculum and are taught by our distinguished full-time and adjunct faculty.

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