Seton Hall offers new online LL.M.

Seton Hall University School of Law will offer an online LL.M. degree in Financial Services Compliance this fall.  

The degree provides an in-depth examination of key aspects of the law governing financial institutions. 

“Compliance remains the fastest-growing area in the financial services industry, offering new opportunities for attorneys with specialized knowledge of financial services law and compliance,” said Timothy P. Glynn, associate dean for graduate and professional education and leader of the law school’s online learning. “Seton Hall Law’s LL.M. degree enables practicing attorneys to acquire this knowledge and compliance-related skills with the convenience of an online program.” 

Students can also take traditional classes at the law school. 

Courses for the LL.M. include Securities Law and Compliance, Corporate Finance, Regulating Funds and Investment Advisers, Regulating Broker-Dealers, Financial Crimes Compliance, and Cybersecurity and Privacy: Law, Policy, and Compliance.

The new degree builds on Seton Hall Law’s national leadership in compliance, as it continues to offer more compliance-related education and training programs than any other law school in the nation. It also complements existing LL.M. degrees in Health Law and Intellectual Property Law.