GULFPORT - Stetson University College of Law began offering the nation's first online LL.M. degree in elder law beginning fall 2007.
The three-semester, 24-credit program allows students to study online at times that are convenient for their schedules. Because this LL.M. program is online, students from around the world may participate.
The LL.M. program is directed by Professor Rebecca Morgan, who leads Stetson's Center for Excellence in Elder Law and holds the Boston Asset Management Faculty Chair in Elder Law, the first elder law chair in the country.
Applicants for admission to the LL.M. program must have received their first law degree from a U.S. law school or at a law school approved by the appropriate authority in a country other than the United States. Foreign applicants must have received a law degree from a law school approved by the appropriate authority in their respective countries.
To learn more about the LL.M. in Elder Law program at Stetson, please visit http://www.law.stetson.edu/Excellence/elderlaw/LLM/ or contact the Office for International and Cooperative Programs at 727-562-7849 or email@example.com.