WHAT: The University of Miami School of Law is holding an Open House to provide information about its LL.M. offerings in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law, Estate Planning, International Arbitration, International Law (with or without Intensive English), Maritime Law, Real Estate/Property Development, U.S. & Transnational Law for Foreign Lawyers, Taxation, and Taxation of Cross-Border Investment.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 28, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: EAST, Miami 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, 33131. Valet parking is complimentary.
WHO: Program directors and alumni will be on hand to talk about latest program developments as well as the faculty, which includes leading academics and practitioners who combine teaching with practical knowledge accumulated over years of experience. Information will be available about full-time and part-time options and hybrid – on campus and online – options for select programs and how select program size enables directors to meet with each student to develop a personalized course schedule and provide guidance on career options.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.law.miami.edu/llm
The event is free and open to the public, with registration.
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The University of Miami’s mission is to educate and nurture students, to create knowledge, and to provide service to our community and beyond. Committed to excellence and proud of the diversity of our University family, we strive to develop future leaders of our nation and the world. www.miami.edu
The University of Miami School of Law’s mission is to foster the intellectual discipline, creativity, and critical skills that will prepare its graduates for the highest standards of professional competence in the practice of law in a global environment subject to continual ― and not always predictable ― transformation; to cultivate a broad range of legal and interdisciplinary scholarship that, working at the cutting edge of its field, enhances the development of law and legal doctrine, and deepens society’s understanding of law and its role in society; and to fulfill the legal profession’s historic duty to promote the interests of justice. www.law.miami.edu