The Doctor of Science of Law degree is intended for students who want to become legal scholars and to pursue original investigations into the function, administration, history, and progress of law.
The minimum residence requirement is two full terms; the program normally requires at least three to four terms. Candidates ordinarily concentrate on one legal field and do a substantial amount of work in at least one other field.
The catalog of the Law School contains descriptions of subject areas and of the Graduate Legal Studies.
Subject and Degrees
- Law (J.S.D) (Ithaca)
Concentrations by Subject