Master of Laws (LL.M.)

Stetson Law’s Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree programs are offered to students who have already received their first law degree at a law school accredited by the ABA or approved by the appropriate authority.

LL.M. in Advocacy

  • Complete online in less than two years
  • Taught by national leaders in advocacy education and practice
  • For those interested in criminal law, civil law or teaching
  • In-person workshops once or twice a year

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LL.M. in Elder Law

  • Complete online in less than two years
  • Access to library resources and quarterly law practice webinars
  • Partial scholarships available to select students
  • Includes attendance at Stetson's annual Special Needs Trust conference as part of three-day in-person course

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LL.M. in International Law

  • Intensive one-year program in St. Petersburg/Gulfport, Florida
  • Two-week introduction to U.S. law for foreign attorneys
  • Concentrations in international public law and private law
  • Practical skills experience in international law
  • Alumni in more than 50 countries

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