LLM in Health Law
The Master of Laws (LLM) in Health Law program is a post-JD master's degree program for attorneys who wish to develop or enhance a special expertise in health law. This 24-credit degree program can be completed on-campus or online. All students enrolled in the LLM in Health Law degree program take courses from cutting-edge curriculum developed in conjunction with a committee of leading health lawyers, industry professionals, and national experts. Courses focus on the legal, regulatory, political, ethical and economic aspects of health care delivery. Loyola's LLM in Health Law program is administered by the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, one of the nation's leading health law programs. Courses in both programs are taught by Loyola's full-time and practitioner faculty.