Miami Law Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development

Distance Learning Program

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Until recently, to study in Miami Law's Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development program students had to come to Miami, FL for a year or more. But now, the LL.M. program—widely regarded as one of the nation's best—is also accessible in an online format that offers both innovation and academic excellence.

This unique online program is taught by the best minds in real estate law and top, practicing lawyers in the field and offers:

  • Substance. A first-rate educational experience available to a geographically diverse group of students who take the same courses, learn from the same professors and earn the same degree as students enrolled on campus.
  • Quality. Earn a reputable, accredited online graduate degree learning from distinguished professors and experienced attorneys
  • Convenience. Enroll part or full-time, starting in the fall or spring, with no career interruption, commuting or fixed class hours
  • Flexibility. A flexible program available 24-7 from anywhere in the world; watch your class on video at any time around your schedule.
  • Access. Engage with your professors through e-mail and phone, and have access to Lexis and Westlaw and ongoing tech support
  • Ease. Learn without needing special software or computer skills

Part-Time Study

Study is part-time, can begin in fall or spring, and a degree can be earned in as little as two years or as long as five years.

On Campus Requirement

Students in the Program are required to be on campus, in Miami, twice during the course of their entire studies. This entails coming to campus once during a Fall semester for approximately 1.5 weeks and once during a Spring semester for approximately 1.5 weeks.

More Information

For more information please contact Connie Bowers, the Program Coordinator, at 305-284-1754 or at

Frequently Asked Questions

Example of a two-year, part-time LL.M. track

Technology Requirements


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Megan K. Palmer"The online LLM in Real Property Development was fantastic. I really appreciated the ability to learn remotely, on my own time, while working full-time. The videos of the classes were useful because I could always replay a segment I needed to hear again to absorb the information and the professors were very responsive to e-mail."

Megan K. Palmer
Nixon Peabody LLC
Washington, D.C.
LL.M. '10

Chris Roemer"UM's distance learning program for its Real Property Development LLM allowed me to expand my knowledge and skills on a flexible schedule while still pursuing a full-time associate job. The system used by the program was simple and allowed me to view classes on my schedule. While there is an obvious difference from taking the classes in person, the professors were all available and eager to ensure that I as a distance learner obtained the full benefit of the program."

Chris Roemer
Litigation Attorney
LL.M. '11