AJMLS is proud to offer a J.D./LL.M. co-enrollment program in Employment Law. Upon graduation from the J.D. program, students would finish out their LL.M. degree in our 100% online asynchronous classroom, which usually takes one year at part-time enrollment to complete. This allows our students to continue their education while practicing law. Students unable to complete the joint degree must still complete a total of 88 hours to be awarded the J.D. degree.
The joint degree program requires the completion of the requirements for the J.D., plus an additional 24 credit hours from courses related to Employment Law. 12 of the 24 credit hours required for the LL.M. can come from co-enrolling in J.D./LL.M. courses after successful completion of the first year curriculum. All co-enroll classes are online and 100% asynchronous. J.D./LL.M. students are required to obtain a grade of C or better in all classes and must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the LL.M. courses to receive their LL.M.
Prospective J.D./LL.M. students must first apply and be accepted to the J.D. program. For more information on the J.D. application process please visit the Application Process page. After successful completion of the first year curriculum, AJMLS students may apply to co-enroll for the LL.M. by speaking with the Director of LL.M., Meaghan Eustice.
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