At Maryland Carey Law we want each and every J.D. degree student to succeed in becoming a lawyer. Our 12:1 student/faculty ratio is one of the best in the country. Our small class sizes – offered on both full- and part-time bases – enable you to work with some of the country's top legal professors and nationally recognized specialty programs, in the classroom, assisting in research, and collaborating on real-life cases and policy development.
We are committed to fostering professionalism and leadership while consistently refreshing our core curriculum and adding specialized courses to ensure your legal education is top notch.
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Building on Maryland Carey Law’s nationally recognized specialty programs, the LL.M. degree provides flexibility for lawyers seeking to further legal expertise in one or more specific areas of study. Most U.S. students pursue specialized study, while many international candidates pursue a more generalized survey of U.S. law. Our location in the heart of Baltimore provides you with access to some of the largest U.S. legal markets.
LL.M. students work closely with faculty supervisors, ensuring that they receive the individual attention that is key to a successful LL.M. experience.
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Maryland Carey Law’s Master of Science in Law (M.S.L.) programs are for professionals who want to know more about the intersection of law and regulation with the technical, scientific, or administrative demands of their fields. Online programs – Cybersecurity Law and Homeland Security and Crisis Management Law – can be completed from your location, while in person programs – Health Law, Environmental Law, and Patent Law – are taught at the University of Maryland, College Park, convenient to the D.C. region.
The curriculum was developed exclusively for this part-time degree; it is new and robust. In addition to classes and seminars, students will pursue practical projects directly related to challenges you are likely to encounter in your professions under the guidance of distinguished practitioners.
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