College of Law launches Master of Studies in Law program
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The University of Illinois College of Law has launched a Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program and is enrolling students for the spring 2015 semester. The MSL is designed for accomplished professionals and academics who want to increase their understanding of law and legal analysis in order to strengthen their professional skills. It is a non-professional, terminal degree program designed for those who have had no legal training and who do not desire a professional law degree.
November 04, 2014
- Christina Taber-Kewene expert It is an interesting trend seeing a number of law schools launch these professional Masters programs. Traditionally, domestic students have used such programs for tax law, international studies (for non-JD holders) and, of course, foreign students have gone for the LLM. But will professionals find these new courses useful?