Study the basic areas of business law, such as business and tax law; technology and commercial law; litigation and dispute resolution; regulatory law; and human resources law, that are of the most value to those looking for additional legal education and knowledge.
Advance your career in the sports, entertainment, and arts industry or make a profound impact in a new professional venture.
Design your studies as a legal academic to pursue advanced independent study, research and writing.
Develop a solid foundation in legal education and a multitude of specializations applied to contemporary issues, including international conflict resolution, environmental and energy law, health law, and intellectual property, technology and innovation law.
Further your understanding of the rule of law through reading and analyzing previous case laws, statutes, and regulations.
Enhance your understanding of cross-border transactions and disputes.
Gain expertise in international and comparative law in experiential settings such as clinics and externships.
Learn about the substantive and procedural law in the area of international and comparative law.
Obtain a focused introduction to these bodies of law and practice while simultaneously getting a broad grounding in modern law practice generally.
Learn the relevant law, practical applications of law to human resource situations, and best practices, and explore current issues in human resources.