Flex-LLM in U.S. Law George Mason University - Antonin Scalia Law School
A top-tier law school, the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University boasts the number one location for young attorneys in the US and a top-25 faculty in terms of scholarly impact. Scalia Law’s new Flex LLM offers international lawyers an unparalleled education in U.S. law, providing an expedited path to a degree and bar eligibility in Washington, DC. With classes broken into manageable 8-week sessions, concurrent bar study, access to the law school’s resources, and individualized attention, the new Flex LLM sets a course for success.
A full-time study from January or May will prepare you to sit for the Bar exam in the following year, in February or July.
Accelerated D.C. Bar Preparation
The Flex-LLM in U.S. Law is an intensive course of study designed to meet the high standards required to sit for the D.C. Bar. It covers the structure of the U.S. government and legal system. Courses are limited to those subjects tested on the exam. The curriculum interweaves practice questions and exam preparation. We include a complete Bar preparation course at no additional cost.
- For students who hold a Non-US Law Degree and want to meet DC Bar requirements
- Remote course options that serve working professionals
- Includes bar preparation program for foreign-trained attorneys
- Complete the degree in 1 year of full-time study
- Full access to law school resources, including library and advising services
Quick-Start: Winter Term 2022
|Week 1: Intro to US Law & Professional Responsibility (1 credit)||Week 2: Economics for Lawyers (1 credit)||2 credits|
included in the spring semester
Begin Bar Prep Program in March
|12 credits total|
|Summer 2022|| |
|Fall 2022|| |