LL.M. in Health Law
The Master of Laws in Health Law is a one year program that was created for two types of lawyers: those seeking an in-depth introduction to the practice of health law and those who have a health law background but who are seeking exposure to new developments in health law.
For more information in the LL.M. in Health Law program, visit the Center for Health Law Studies website or contact Amy Sanders, Assistant Director, at (314) 977-8176.
LL.M. for Foreign Lawyers
This one-year master's degree for foreign law graduates provides an introduction to U.S. law for highly qualified individuals seeking to enhance their legal careers. The main feature of the LL.M. Program for Foreign Lawyers is its attention to the individual needs of its students. Each LL.M. student is partnered with a faculty member who provides guidance on class selection and professional goals. Students also receive intensive academic support services and assistance in locating housing and orienting to the SLU LAW community.
For questions regarding the LL.M. for Foreign Lawyers program, visit the Center for International and Comparative Law's website or contact Ira Trako at (314) 977-2792.