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Northwestern MS in Law: Information Session/Open House, Spring 2020

Calling all PhDs! Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Master of Science in Law (MSL) program arms STEM professionals with the tools they need to succeed in today’s innovation economy. Join them for an information session  to learn more!

About the MSL Program

Designed exclusively for students with STEM backgrounds, the Master of Science in Law degree provides practical, focused legal training in business law and entrepreneurship, intellectual property, and regulatory strategy. MSL students learn to communicate across disciplines, navigate the legal and regulatory structures that exist in STEM settings; bring ideas to market; and develop, protect, and manage IP.

Information Session/Open House

Friday, May 8, 4:30 - 5:30 PM CT, with an optional symposium afterward. The information session includes an overview of the Master of Science in Law program, during which program staff and current students will be on hand to describe the MSL curriculum and the student experience in the program. The Open House part of the event runs from 5:30 - 7:00 PM CT, and includes our annual MSL Symposium, which is a showcase of student work in the MSL program. The Symposium – “At the Intersection: STEM, Law, Business, and the MSL” – highlights the importance of cross-disciplinary awareness at the intersection of STEM, law, and business, the type of thinking that is at the heart of the Master of Science in Law program. Register to attend the MSL Information Session/Open House.


Wednesday, May 13, 5:30 - 6:30 PM CT. The webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the MSL program, including information on courses, scheduling, career paths, and more. We will also take questions from participants. Click here to bookmark the meeting room.

Tuition Benefits

As a postdoc at Northwestern, you may be able to use the Reduced Tuition Benefit to cover most of the cost of tuition. Click here for details about eligibility.