School of American Law at MRU welcomes new applicants
Students can now apply to the School of American Law, established at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) in conjunction with the Chicago-Kent College of Law – the application process is open until the 15th of October. For the second year in a row, the School offers 120-hours of specialized American law courses taking 2 semesters and which are taught by full-time professors from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.
One of the main advantages of the programme is that it allows a fast track and direct access to U.S. LL.M with faster completion time. Also, there is a possibility to work and study, because most of the lectures are held during the weekends and weekday evenings.
Upon completion of the School, graduates receive a certificate attesting to completion of the School, approved by both MRU and Chicago-Kent College of Law. Then they can apply to the International and Comparative Law LL.M programme. Its duration, for those who have a certificate, is one semester instead of two and it costs $10,000 instead of $44,000.
More information about the School of American Law, fees and application procedure can be found here.
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