LL.M.s at Coastal Law

LL.M. in U.S. Law

Coastal Law's LL.M. in U.S. Law was designed with international graduates in mind. The program provides a comprehensive overview of U.S. Law and will prepare students for success on the California Bar Exam. Each class is tailored for students who are not familiar with U.S. legal systems, and who may not speak English as a first language.

Offered completely online, our LL.M. in U.S. Law allows students to work on their preferred schedules.

Learn more at:
www.fcsl.edu/us-law-llm

 

LL.M. in General Law Studies

 

Florida Coastal General Law Studies

The LL.M. in General Law Studies is open to both international and U.S. law school graduates. The program will be offered both online and residentially. The new program consists of 26 credit hours, including up to 13 credits of electives. Students may concentrate their electives in a particular area of law. The online track will begin in the 2016 Spring term on January 11, 2016 and can be completed in as little as one year. Students who earn the LL.M. in General Law Studies degree will be academically eligible to sit for the Washington State Bar Exam.

Learn more at:
fcsl.edu/llm-in-general-law-studies

 

LL.M. in Transportation & Logistics

 

Florida Coastal School of Law has introduced a number of innovative online offerings, including the country's first LL.M. in Transportation & Logistics.

Students who complete our program will possess the regulatory knowledge and the management skills to work with government and environmental regulators, organized labor, and logisticians transporting goods domestically and abroad.

Learn more at:
www.fcsl.edu/logistics