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Master of Science in Law Legal Research Guide

A legal research guide designed to assist current students obtaining a Master of Science in Law.

Masters of Science in Law and Policy

Understand the framework and function of the American Legal system and how your profession intersects with the law. NSU's Master of Science in Law and Policy program is 36 credits and can be completed in as little as 2 years. A concentration in Cybersecurity Law is available. For more information about the Master of Science in Law and Policy program requirements and course information, please visit the website.

Individual Research Project Seminar

In order to obtain your Master of Science in Law and Policy from NSU's Shepard Broad College of Law, all students are required to conduct an individual research and presentation project. The project will require students to choose a relevant topic related to their chosen profession, and explore how that topic intersects with the law. Throughout the semester, students will participate in guided research and complete and present their presentation at the end of the semester.

Feel free to use the vast amount of online resources we have at our disposal. If you need assistance at any time, contact a reference librarian.

NSU Law Library Guides

As the Masters of Science in Law and Policy is focused on giving professionals an understanding of how their profession intersects with the law- students focus in many different subject areas. We have library guides that focus on many areas of law, to see if we have one focused on your area of interest, please view all of our library guides. If there is a subject that you would like more guidance on, please contact a reference librarian.