September 28, 2014

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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