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Calling all STEM PhDs interested in Law, Business, and Technology!

Modified: October 28, 2016

There is an increasing demand for individuals with advanced scientific and technical training who can work in cross-functional roles in the space where law, business, and science/technology intersect. The one-year Master of Science in Law (MSL), now offered by the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, is designed especially for STEM majors and provides practical, hands-on, business-centered legal training. The MSL program's innovative curriculum includes courses in IP & Patent Design; Business Law & Entrepreneurship; and Regulatory Analysis & Strategy. MSL students learn how to examine the interface of law, business, and science/technology; communicate across disciplines; develop, protect, and manage intellectual property; bring ideas to market; and navigate the legal and regulatory structures that exist in STEM setting. PhD and Postdoc Scholarships are available.

Join the MSL program for a webinar to learn more. MSL staff will provide a comprehensive overview of the MSL program, including curriculum, full-time and part-time scheduling, career opportunities, and more. MSL staff will also take questions from the audience.

  •  Nov 1 at 12pm
  •  Dec 7 at 5pm
  •  Jan 6 at 12pm

Can’t join us for the webinar, but still want to learn more about the MSL?

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