The Loyola University Chicago School of Law is offering two programs for graduates who have been deferred by their law firms or are unable to secure a job offer.
First, the School of Law will offer its 2009 graduates a deeply discounted tuition of $9,500.00 for its traditional LL.M. degrees in Child and Family Law, Health Law, Business and Corporate Governance Law and Tax Law… We have extended the application deadline to August 1, 2009.
Second, the School of Law also is planning to establish a new Graduate Fellowship for 2009 graduates. Graduate Fellows would be entitled to enroll in law school classes particularly suited to their professional objectives at a significantly reduced flat tuition rate of $4,000 per semester. A Graduate Fellow may enroll in law school classes during the fall semester of 2009, the spring semester of 2010, or both.
The graduate fellowships are intended to provide students with hands-on experience, such as externships, research projects, and professional skills classes.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law is the law school of the Loyola University Chicago, in Illinois. Established in 1909 by the Society of Jesus, the School of Law is located in downtown Chicago. The school offers degrees and combined degree programs, including the SJD, the equivalent of the Doctorate Degree in Law.