Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law—LL.M. and M.J. (East Lansing, Michigan)
“An LL.M. from MSU Law opens the door to great opportunities. My program, which is focused on the unique area of intellectual property law, will improve my knowledge and encourage me to develop IP systems in my home country.”
— Marwan Al-Khalidy (Iraq), LL.M. ’13 (expected)
Students are required to successfully complete a total of 24 credits for this program. Required courses include:
- Research, Writing & Advocacy: International LL.M. (3 cr.) (except students with J.D.)
- Two of the following basic courses:
- At least 14 credits from the above courses that are not already counted and the list of Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law (IPIC) program advanced courses.
Students must complete the LL.M. degree in no more than two years.
Course offerings may vary from year to year.