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November 14, 2008


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Seton Hall has a couple of programs like these (I don't remember the details but I think they are one year if done full time) for health care professionals and the like. They looked quite interesting. Several other schools have a "Masters of Legal Studies" (or some such) program that is one year for non-lawyers (Yale's is the most famous but not the only one) but my impression is that those programs are mostly for non-lawyer academics. I'm not sure about that, though. Seton Hall's programs are clearly aimed at the sort of audience you have in mind.

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