LL.M. or M.J. in Individualized Legal Studies
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The philosophy of the LL.M. or M.J. in Individualized Legal Studies is to allow each student to build his or her own program to fit their individual career goals and interests. All students must successfully complete 24 hours of law credit drawn from the regular Drake Law School curriculum. However, subject to approval by the Program Director, students may elect to take up to 6 new semester hours of related coursework outside the LL.M./M.J. law curriculum, including related coursework at other academic units at Drake University.  A student may design his or her own concentration by devoting 12 of these 24 credit hours to a specialized area of study of the student’s choice, or the student may pursue one of several areas of concentration.

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Click here for the brochure on LL.M./M.J. in Individualized Legal Studies.

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For admissions, contact the Law School Admissions office. Call toll free, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, 1-800-44-DRAKE x2782 or email law-admit@drake.edu.

Last Modified: 7/9/2015 10:46:00 AM by Ann Allen