Concentrations in Law and Religion: LLM, SJD, JM
Prospective candidates for the Master of Laws (LLM) Concentration, the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) Concentration, or the Juris Master (JM) Concentration must apply to Emory Law.
Joint Degrees in Law and Religion
Prospective candidates for the joint-degree programs in law and religion (JD/MTS, JD/MDiv, JD/PhD) must apply separately to each school, and be admitted by each school. A student must also apply separately for scholarships and financial aid in each school.
Each semester, candidates pay tuition to the school in which they are registered, regardless of the mixture of courses they happen to take that semester. All scholarships and financial aid packages are handled separately by each school, and are applied only during the semester in which the student is registered in that school. CSLR offers modest additional research stipends and scholarships for selected law and religion candidates in their final two years of study.