The law school offers post-graduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Laws (LL.M.) in:
The law school also offers a program leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in
Law Librarianship Program
For those interested in pursuing a career in law librarianship, the University of Washington offers the #1 rated program in the nation. The Master of Library and Information Science program, with a specialization in Law Librarianship, offers the highest level of preparation packaged in a 43 quarter-credit program; the program is completed in four consecutive quarters. Graduates from this UW Information School program hold positions at many notable universities, law firms and government offices. For more information visit the Master of Library & Information Science web site or contact Professor Penny Hazelton, director of the Law Librarianship program, at .
More general information about law librarianship as a career can be found on the American Association of Law Libraries web site.
The history and current activities of the graduates of the program can be found at the Law Librarianship Program Alum web page.