Expand your understanding of the law
Wayne Law's master of laws program has four major specializations: corporate and finance law, labor and employment law, taxation, and U.S. law. The LL.M. curriculum includes day and evening courses taught by internationally respected faculty and expert practitioners.
The LL.M. program is flexible and allows lawyers to enroll as full-time or part-time students. Courses are offered during three terms with the broadest offerings in the fall semester and winter semester. Additional courses are offered in the summer/spring term. Students should consult with the assistant dean of non-J.D. programs, the LL.M. faculty director, and faculty in their major areas to determine reasonable schedules of courses.
- Full-time: One year (often including summer work on master's thesis)
- Part-time: Two or more years
- Maximum permitted length: Six years