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Information Session: Northwestern Law School's Master of Science in Law Program

Northwestern Law School's Master of Science in Law (MSL) degree is designed specifically for individuals with STEM backgrounds who wish to learn more about the legal and business aspects of their fields. With classes in intellectual property & patent design, business law & entrepreneurship, and regulatory analysis & strategy, the MSL focuses on practical knowledge and skills that will produce well-rounded professionals in science, engineering, medicine, and technology. Students will learn to develop, protect, and manage intellectual property, navigate the regulatory environment, bring ideas to market, and innovate within the corporate structure. 

Students are invited to attend our information session to learn more about the MSL program. We'll discuss all relevant aspects of the MSL degree, including the curriculum, the program’s unique approach to course scheduling, career paths, MSL student profiles, etc. We will also answer any questions that you have. Food will be provided.

Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Time: 12-1p
Location: The Career Center Interview Suite (616 E. Green, STE 213)

If you would like to learn more but are unable to attend the information session, a representative will be available to answer questions at the Graduate and Professional School Fair (Wed., Oct. 1, 2014; 1-5p; ARC Gym 1). You can also email Susan Dennehy (susan.dennehy@law.northwestern.edu) with questions.

Aug 28, 2014