LLM in Global Law and Technology Suffolk University Law School
Admission to our Master of Laws Programs is based on overall academic performance with particular emphasis on law school academic achievement, work experience, a seriousness of purpose, letters of recommendation, resume, and the student's personal statement.
Created in 2002, Suffolk's Global Law and Technology program was the first of its kind in the United States: an LL.M. combining different specializations into one program. You can choose to specialize in one of the four areas below, or select from a wide range of courses to choose your own professional program:
- Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law
- Biotechnology and Health Law
- International Law and Business
- U.S. Law and Legal Methods
LLM IN GLOBAL LAW AND TECHNOLOGY: JOURNAL OF HIGH TECH LAW
Suffolk University Law School's newest Honor Board, the Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL), is an ideal venue for students to publish pieces on topics ranging from intellectual property matters to communications and media, computer law, and Internet issues.
Currently enrolled LL.M. students have the exclusive opportunity to join the JHTL through a cooperative agreement between the LL.M. program and the JHTL. LL.M. students must be nominated by Bridgett Sandusky, Director of Graduate Law Programs, after which they must submit a previously written essay, article or paper for review and approval by the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board of the JHTL. In order to obtain a special LL.M. staff member distinction, the LL.M. student must submit a proposal for a new article, paper or essay to be approved by the Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board of the JHTL.