Albany Law School, located in New York, is a small, private institution that has been educating leaders since it was founded in 1851. Among others, it offers a wide range of LLM programs from which prospective students can choose the best legal post-graduate education to enhance their career.
The Law School has just announced that 90% of its graduates of 2016 are now employed in various sectors, including law firms, businesses, government and public interest. Whether you choose a legal degree to help secure employment in the law or to boost an existing legal career, an LLM degree from Albany Law School is a wise investment.
Students will be given several options for an LLM program, as follows:
- General LLM
- LLM in Advanced Legal Studies
- LLM in Health Law
- LLM in Governmental Administration & Regulation
- LLM in Health & Human Rights
- LLM in International Law
- LLM in Intellectual Property Law
- LLM for Foreign Law Graduates
All LLM students will be given up to three years, or shorter if taken full time, to complete their chosen LLM degree. However, the student must be continuously enrolled until the course is accomplished, whether full time or part time. This means he/she may choose to have a full load or a single module for the semester as long as he/she is enrolled and will finish in three years.
The applications will be accepted continuously and considered for the fall, spring or summer intakes depending on when the application is completed. Albany's LLM programs do not allow transfer of credits from other law programs.