Considering a career in law? Find your next step in Case Western Reserve University’s one-year Master of Law program.
Whether you’re looking to position yourself for future graduate school options or become more competitive in the job market, our ML program can be customized around your interests.
Case Western Reserve University School of Law is among the best places in the country to study what inspires you most, such as health law (No. 9), international law (No. 19) and intellectual property law (No. 41). Our renowned faculty will lead you through the legal framework of today’s highly regulated world, helping you build the expertise you need to make a difference, whatever your goals may be.
Areas of Specialization
In our ML program, you can study:
- Criminal Law
- Health Law
- International Business Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Public International Law
- U.S. & Global Legal Studies
How to Apply
Case Western Reserve University School of Law is accepting applicants for Spring 2020 (classes start Jan. 13) until Monday, Jan. 6, 2020.
You do not need to take the GRE, LSAT or any other standardized admission test. However, we will need:
- Completed application form and personal statement.
- Copies of transcripts from all post-secondary educational institutions attended, with translations into English where applicable.
- Copies of official TOEFL score or an IELTs record report is required for all students whose native language is not English—except those with a degree from an institution where English is the language of instruction.
- Two letters of recommendation.
*U.S. News and World Report, 2020