LL.M. in International Law - Policies
- Attendance Requirements for Electronic Education Courses
- Grading, Academic Exclusion and Readmission, and Graduation Honors for LL.M. Students
- Maximum and Minimum Credit Hours for International Law LL.M. Program and Maximum Time to Complete Degree
- Withdrawal and Leave for Electronic Education LL.M. and M.J. Students
Please view the Nondiscrimination Policy (PDF).
Students with Disabilities
Individuals needing information about disability accommodation are encouraged to visit the Accessibility Resources for Students with Disabilities page. Questions can be directed to the ADA coordinator at email@example.com.
Notice of Privacy Rights
Stetson University College of Law is covered by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), which is designed to protect students' rights with regard to educational records maintained by the institution. Under this Act, students have the following rights: 1) the right to inspect and review educational records maintained by the institution that pertain to such student; 2) the right to challenge the content of records on the ground that they are inaccurate, misleading or a violation of the student's privacy or other rights; and 3) the right to control disclosures from the student's records with certain exceptions.
Notice of Campus Security Act and Fire Safety Reports
A copy of the Campus Security (Clery) Act Compliance Document is available at no charge from the Public Safety Office. To receive a copy, call 727-562-7801, or visit Stetson Law's Public Safety website.
JR Swanegan, director for International Programs, recently presented a 30-minute presentation about the details of Stetson's LL.M. in International Law.
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Why Stetson Law?
"Stetson's LL.M. in International Law is providing me with a deep understanding of public and private international law, and the American legal system. I enjoy studying in the warm Florida climate with a supportive and friendly faculty and staff."
LL.M. in International Law student
(pictured at left with Professor Jason Palmer)