Dec. 18, 2015
UConn launches LLM in Intellectual Property Law & Info Governance
The School of Law at the University of Connecticut is launching a new LLM program in Intellectual Property Law and Information Governance. Pending approval from the American Bar Association, UConn School of Law will enroll students in the new program starting in September 2016.
This is the fifth LLM program on offer at UConn Law, and Dean Timothy Fisher explains, “The world faces a pressing demand for lawyers to guide innovation across a wide array of industries, from pharmaceuticals and software to publishing and mass entertainment, as well as a need for expertise to carry out policy and regulatory work in government and private organisations. The new LLM helps UConn Law step up its efforts to meet that need, in Connecticut and around the world.”
This new LLM program is open to applicants who hold a law degree from any law school in the United States or an accredited law program in another country.
If you are interested in the LLM in Intellectual Property Law & Info Governance please contact Professor Steven Wilf at email@example.com or email the LLM admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Content added on 18th December 2015.
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