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Master of Studies in Law in Cybersecurity, Data and Privacy Law

Master of Studies in Law in Cybersecurity, Data and Privacy Law

Learn the laws and regulations that govern information privacy and data security in the United States and around the world. Prepare to navigate the legal and practical challenges faced by companies that manage data, and know the laws that protect data privacy and security so you are empowered to protect your organization and its data.

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Master of Studies in Law in Labor and Employment Law

Master of Studies in Law in Labor and Employment Law

Gain a thorough and accessible understanding of the American legal system within the context of labor, employment discrimination and employment law. Learn the legal rules and the associated legal terminology to gain the knowledge, skills and strategies that will enable you to more expertly and efficiently address the many issues that arise in the workplace.

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At Cardozo, our degree programs offer more than just an understanding of legal content—our students are taught to think with the rigor and precision of a lawyer. They complete the program with a comprehensive skill set that they can use to tackle the challenges of today and to plan for the uncertainties of tomorrow.

Melanie Leslie

Dean of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

What’s the Difference Between an M.S.L. and M.L.S.?

The Master of Studies in Law (M.S.L.) and Master of Legal Studies (M.L.S.) are both intended for individuals who do not have a law degree. They are different names for the same program depending on what designation is used by the university.

Notably, in New York State, the M.L.S. degree is officially recognized only for a Master of Library Science and not for any other degree, such as a Master of Legal Studies.

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About Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University

A Cardozo Law education blends theoretical foundations with real-world implications. Cardozo’s location in the heart of New York City enables you to connect with a vibrant legal community, access unparalleled networking opportunities and immerse yourself in a city that stands at the forefront of global legal developments. Here, you don’t just learn the law; you learn how to apply it.

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