Cardozo School of Law
From the global hub of New York City, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law offers innovative, modern programs that prepare you for success. Whether you aspire to a career in intellectual property or data and privacy law, your studies with the experts of our renowned faculty ready you for a future marked by unparalleled options and opportunities.
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Whether you are an attorney looking to practice intellectual property law, or you work in IT and want to level up your career by learning data and privacy law, Cardozo School of Law has the program for you. Offered 100% online, our online LL.M. in Intellectual Property and MSL in Data and Privacy Law programs are taught by industry leaders and give you the connections and networking opportunities to grow your career and thrive in your chosen field.
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Cardozo’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Cardozo School of Law strives to create an environment that is welcoming to people of all religions, races, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities. We are committed to providing opportunities for historically underrepresented students and ensuring every Cardozo lawyer has the sensitivity to conduct an inclusive practice.
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What is Cardozo Law known for?
Cardozo Law gives deep attention to ethics and the law, and strives in all endeavors to work for the betterment and healing of the world. Cardozo Law is proud to be the birthplace of the Innocence Project, and also touts visionary programs in intellectual property and information law. These programs include the Cardozo Data Law Initiative, the Tech Startup Clinic, and the Indie Film Clinic.
What are the LL.M. and MSL admissions requirements for Cardozo School of Law?
Online LL.M. in Intellectual Property Requirements:
U.S. applicants to this program must hold a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an accredited U.S. law school. Non-U.S. applicants must possess a first law degree, such as LLB or J.D., from an accredited foreign institution. Applicants must submit a completed application form, pay the application fee, submit a current resume/CV, a personal statement, a recommendation from a professional or academic reference, official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions, and a TOEFL or IELTS score if applicable.
Online MSL in Data and Privacy Requirements:
Applicants must submit a completed application form, a resume/CV, a personal statement, a recommendation from a professional or academic reference, official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions, and a TOEFL or IELTS score if applicable. No GRE or LSAT is required for admission into this program.
How has learning adapted at Cardozo?
The online programs offered through Cardozo Law give you flexibility, allowing you to earn your degree without upending your life. And even though you do not have to set foot on campus, you will find the same level of care and investment from Cardozo Law faculty and staff as you would in a traditional program. Upon acceptance, you will connect with your dedicated Student Success Coordinator who will be your main point of contact throughout the program. You will also be given the tools you need to navigate the learning management system, ensuring you know the best practices for success in an online environment.
Our online programs offer education of the same caliber as our top-ranked on-campus programs, including hands-on courses, a thriving sense of community, strong professional connections, and diverse new opportunities.
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