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Earn a Masters Degree (LL.M.) in U.S. Law in less than one year.  All you need is a computer,  an Internet connection, and a desire to unlock your human potential and advance in your career.  Listen to lectures, participate in courses, network with attorneys around the world, and even take final exams on days and times that are convenient for you.

Florida Coastal School of Law (“Coastal Law”) offers an online Masters Degree to lawyers with law degrees from outside the U.S. Coastal Law, located in Jacksonville, Florida, has the sixth largest law student enrollment in the U.S. Our J.D. program is fully accredited and licensed by the American Bar Association (“ABA”). The LL.M. program has received the acquiescence of the ABA.

The LL.M. Masters of U.S. Law program is the first to be offered entirely online. The program is offered to lawyers with a first degree in law from outside of the United States who are looking to add value to their professional careers.  All courses are offered in an asynchronous format.  This means that lectures are pre-recorded and students can listen to them at their convenience.  Students  also have the opportunity to join distinguished U.S. law professors in live, interactive review sessions. All students have access to a learning management system, where they can access reading materials, take practice quizzes, view podcasts, and interact with their professors and classmates in discussion boards.  Students also have online access to Florida Coastal School of Law library resources, as well as to leading legal databases, including Lexis and Westlaw.   Exams are administered online through a secure website. The curriculum is  designed to provide students with an overview of the U.S. legal system, while also allowing students to meet the curricular eligibility requirements for the California and Washington state bar exams.*

*This LLM program may not be sufficient to sit for a bar exam. Candidates are responsible for determining their own eligibility to sit for EACH state bar exam and practice law in the U.S.