The Washington University of St. Louis (WU) School of Law belongs to the United States' top 20 law schools, according to the ranking held by the U.S. News & World Report. Its Master of Laws programs are likewise renowned for high-quality curriculum, expert faculty, professional network and superb support.
WU Law offers a host of LLM programs that allows students a great deal of flexibility. It has several specialist LLM courses which may be taken full time, on-campus, part time and online. It also has a dual LLM degree that can be accomplished online through its partnership with Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico's most prestigious private university.
What is even more appealing to non-lawyers intending to pursue legal education is WU Law's Master of Legal Studies (MSL). This is an online masters level program open to those without a law degree who want to gain legal training and knowledge.
Students enrolled in LLM in Intellectual Property & Technology Law and LLM in U.S. Law are given the opportunity to join the prestigious International Student Advisory Board for the Washington University Global Studies Law Review.
The deadline is fast approaching for WU's online LLM courses. For the classes starting January 2018, all completed applications must be received by 23 October 2017 to be considered. It is important to complete and submit all requirements now if you would like a place at one of 2018's Best Graduate schools.