Aug. 21, 2019
Dayton Law online LLM students could sit California bar exam
Students studying on the University of Dayton School of Law’s online Master of Laws program in American and Transnational Law are closer to being able to sit for the bar examination in California.
The State Bar of California notified Dayton Law that courses in its online LLM program, including the professional responsibility course, may qualify the students to sit for the bar exam provided they meet certain requirements within three years of beginning the program. In addition to sitting for the bar in California, graduates of the Dayton Law LLM program may also be eligible to sit for the bar exam in the state of Washington.
Dayton School of Law's online LLM focuses on US law and legal practice, and is open to domestic and international students although it is designed primarily for international students. Students can complete the online program on a flexible schedule in one year.
The University of Dayton School of Law is still accepting applications for the fall 2019 semester that begins on the 26th August 2019. Scholarships and financial aid are also available. Visit go.udayton.edu/onlinellm to apply or for more information on the program, including a course listing. Alternatively you can contact Margaret Ioannides, online LLM program manager, at email@example.com or telephone +1 937 329 8651.
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