Friday May 5, 2017

Why Students Are Traveling Across The World To Go To Dayton Law

A new collaboration with Lebanese American University will offer students there the expert legal training found at the University of Dayton School of Law.

The University of Dayton School of Law and Lebanese American University have forged a collaboration to give students a more comprehensive legal education.

Students at Lebanese American University will have the opportunity to come to Dayton and take advantage of the expertise offered by the School of Law. They’ll be able to earn an LL.M. degree with a certificate in one of four areas: cyber law, criminal law, intellectual property and applied business.

Lebanese American University“It allows LAU students to receive instruction in subjects they wouldn’t be exposed to otherwise,” says Tan Boston, UDSL’s Director of LL.M. and M.S.L Programs.

The partnership has been in the works for the last year after UDSL Professor Susan Wawrose reached out to colleagues at LAU.

“We are a warm and welcoming community,” Boston says. “This type of agreement shows that.”

The goal is to have students start this fall. The School of Law plans to continue to add more partnerships like this one in the future.

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