At Coastal Law, focusing on the needs of students is paramount. Students in our LL.M. Program can participate in live, interactive lectures by top U.S. law professors over the Internet.

C. Peter Goplerud III
Dean and Professor of Law

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    Florida Coastal School of Law is located in Jacksonville, Florida. It has one of the largest J.D. programs in the United States. The LL.M. program is conducted entirely online; there are no onsite classes for the LL.M. program.

    Classes Start June 2013

    Classes Start in June 2013!

    We are now accepting applications for students starting classes in June 2013.

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    Get a LL.M. at a Fraction of the Cost!

    The tuition for the twenty-six (26) credit hour program is $ $575 per credit hour. This is a fraction of the cost of residential LL.M. programs. The cost of reading materials is included in tuition: there are no additional costs and no additional fees. Students can divide tuition payments into four affordable installments. Scholarships are available.

    Earn a Masters Degree (LL.M.) in U.S. Law with just a computer and an Internet connection!

    Coastal Law is an American Bar Association (ABA) approved law school. Coastal Law's Masters Degree (LL.M.) in U.S. Law is the first of its kind to offer all courses in an online, interactive classroom setting. Students can interact with distinguished U.S. law professors while learning the U.S. legal system.

    Our live classes are scheduled for the convenience of working students, including weekend classes. Outside of class, you can participate in online discussion forums and conduct research in Lexis and Westlaw, the two premier online legal research databases. The curriculum consists of subjects that are frequently tested on U.S. bar exams, including Constitutional Law, Evidence, and Contracts & Sales.

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