Coastal Law offers the only LL.M. degree in Logistics and Transportation in the United States.
The program concentrates in four key areas: maritime law, trucking and rail law, aviation law, and law relating to military logistics.
In each of those areas, students obtain expertise in litigation, regulation, and contracting skills relating to international and domestic transportation.
Coastal Law’s Logistics and Transportation program is designed for these different types of students:
- Those with a J.D. degree from a U.S. law school (or holding a first degree in law from a law school outside the U.S.) who are interested in obtaining Master of Law degree (LL.M.) in Logistics and Transportation or a Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law.
- Those who have a bachelor’s degree or significant work experience in the logistics and transportation field who are interested in obtaining a Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Regulation.
Lawyers in the Program pursuing the Master of Law (LL.M. Degree) are required to complete twenty-four credits in order to obtain a Master of Law (LL.M.) Degree in Logistics and Transportation.
Industry Professionals and Attorneys pursuing the Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Regulation or the Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law, respectively, are required to complete twelve credit hours.
- Academic Calendar 2016 – Logistics and Transportation Program REV
- LL.M. Student Handbook and Academic Forms
- Request Information
- Admission Requirements
- Sample Lectures
- Tuition and Financing
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