Transportation and Logistics Law
Realistic time commitment
You decide the number of credits you take each term, the time of day you view the lessons, and when you submit assignments. No matter your time zone, you can get the most advanced training available in the field of transportation and logistics law. All programs are offered entirely online and can be completed on your schedule 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Transportation and Logistics Law
OVERVIEW Florida Coastal School of Law is proud to introduce the country’s first LL.M. in Transportation and Logistics Law for graduates of law school, and the first Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Regulation for non-lawyers. Our programs will train personnel to handle legal problems in Transportation and Logistics, including accidents and liability, personal injury and property damage, pollution, government regulation, personnel matters, or labor relations. Our goal is to create “Solution Brokers,” professionals trained in the law who are able to work with management, labor, government, and carriers to solve problems before they become litigation. Non-lawyers with Certificates in Transportation and Logistics Regulation should be able to handle many legal problems “in-house” before they get out of control. When legal representation is necessary, lawyers with LL.M.s and nonlawyers with Certificates can work together efficiently and effectively to solve problems. We believe our program is the future of legal education. We train personnel to resolve disputes early and to provide lower cost legal services to the industry.
Florida Coastal School of Law’s Transportation and Logistics programs include: LL.M. in Transportation and Logistics Law
Students with a J.D. degree from a U.S. law school or non-U.S. law school may earn an LL.M. degree in Transportation and Logistics Law by completing 24 credit hours of study. The LL.M. degree can be completed in one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study.
Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Regulation
Students with a B.A., B.S., or J.D. (or who have significant work experience in the field of transportation and logistics, as approved by the Director of Graduate Programs) may earn a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Regulation by completing 12 hours of study. The certificate program can be completed in one year of part-time study.
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Admission to the program is competitive and seats are limited. Applicants must have an academic record that indicates a likelihood of success in the program and must also demonstrate why an LL.M. or Certificate in the Law of Transportation and Logistics will advance their careers.
Our instructors not only teach you the legal theory, but also the practice skills required of industry leaders in this field. These are skills students can use today, tomorrow, and for years to come. All students must complete two required courses: Administrative Law for Transportation Professionals and International Business Transactions for Transportation Professionals. Aside from those two courses, students are free to choose their own electives and tailor the program to their individual needs. A new term starts every two months and applications are accepted on a continual basis.
Current Course Listings • Administrative Law for Transportation Professionals • Admiralty and Maritime Law for Transportation Professionals • Airport Management Air Cargo Logistics and Regulation • Customs Law and Import Procedures • Dredging and Marine Construction Projects: Legal and Administrative Aspects • Fostering Public-Private Partnership in Transportation of Cargo • Free Trade Zone Licenses Regulation and Management • Global Climate Change and Transportation • Insurance Law in Transportation and Logistics • Intermodal Cargo Claims • International Business Transactions for Transportation Professionals • Law of International Ship Chartering • International Theft and Insurance Fraud • Labor Law in Transportation • Maritime Liens, Maritime Claims and International Ship Arrests • Maritime Pollution Prevention and Liability • Military Contracting: Transportation and Logistics • Practice and Procedure: Motor and Rail Carriers • The Law of Supply Chain Security • Trucking Liability and Regulation • U.S. Immigration Law for Transportation Professionals • Warehousemen’s Liability Regulation and Management
Students working toward an LL.M. degree must complete 24 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA. Students with a J.D. who are working toward a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Law must complete 12 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA. These students have the option to work toward an LL.M. degree by continuing to take courses and completing 24 credit hours. Students with a bachelorâ€™s degree (or significant relevant work experience approved as a substitute by the Director of Graduate Programs) who are working toward a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Regulation must complete 12 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA. During each fall, spring, and summer semester, there will be two seven-week terms followed by a one week exam period. It is expected that students will complete the program in no more than four years.
about the Transportation and Logistics Programs, please contact: Prof. Rod Sullivan Director of Graduate Programs firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 904-256-1240 Florida Coastal School of Law www.fcsl.edu/logistics
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