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Thomas Jefferson School of Law provides interested students with the opportunity to earn a Master of Laws (LL.M.). Offering students a comprehensive course curriculum, inpiduals in the program are equipped with the skills to compete in the current marketplace. The LL.M. is primarily suited for inpiduals who already obtain a law degree.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law makes earning a master’s degree more convenient for the working adult. The program is completed in an entirely online format, allowing professionals to still maintain employment. The LL.M. is done on the student’s own term. The online degree program encourages students to post discussions with other class participants to challenge learning. By completing the LL.M. online, the schedule is flexible. The student chooses when it is convenient for them to complete their coursework. Thomas Jefferson School of Law does not require its students to take the LSAT in order to earn their LL.M.
Students earning their degree online receive the same quality of education as those on campus. Online learning allows for students to better customize their learning strategies. Lesson plans are structured around four different learning environments consisting of Small Groups, Home, Internet, and Work. Students in the program have access to help desk support, where a technical support specialist is available to answers questions.
American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
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