2010 Summer in the City - New York Law School

February 1, 2010Duke Law News

Choose from:
Financial Services
Real Estate
Taxation
Mental Disability Law

Students from any ABA-accredited law school will have the opportunity to visit New York Law School and take a concentration of two or three courses in one of these programs, which focus on specialty areas that are not offered in depth at many law schools. Each program will offer its own co-curricular activities, such as externships, simulations, field trips, lectures, and workshops to complement the courses.

Credits earned in these courses may also be applicable to the corresponding post-J.D. program at New York Law School -- LL.M. in Financial Services Law, Real Estate, or Taxation and M.A. in Mental Disability Law studies -- upon graduation from law school.
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