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Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Air and Space Law

The University of Mississippi - School of Law
Campus or Online Full time Part time 2 years September 2018 USA Oxford + 1 more

The University of Mississippi School of Law is a world leader in air and space law education, research, and public service. [+]

Best Distance learning Master of Laws Degrees in Aviation Law 2018. The University of Mississippi School of Law is a world leader in air and space law education, research, and public service. This LL.M. degree program is designed for both U.S. and foreign-trained law school graduates interested in a rigorous legal curriculum in U.S., international, and comparative air and space law. It is the first and only LL.M. program in the U.S. offering a combined air and space law postgraduate law degree at an ABA accredited law school. Applications accepted on an ongoing basis. LL.M. Program Advantages Unique emphasis in U.S. air and space law. Extensive air law expertise and over 45 years in space law. On-campus or online, full-time or part-time. Participate, if qualified, in the Journal of Space Law. Comprehensive air and space law collection. Access to University of Mississippi Space Law Archives. American Bar Association accredited law school. All LL.M. students will be required to successfully complete six core-courses: Comparative National Space Law, International Space Law, Private International Air Law, Public International Air Law, U.S. Aviation Law, and U.S. Space Law. Additionally, LL.M. students will have to complete three thesis-writing courses, and produce a thesis of publishable quality. Students will also have the opportunity to take elective courses in lieu of the standard core-courses. Curriculum Thesis Program (26 Credit Hours) Fall U.S. National Aviation Law 3 U.S. National Space Law 3 Public International Air Law 3 Master’s Thesis I (Advisor) 1 (Elective: Space Security Law 3) Semester... [-]