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GMU introduces new specialty law concentration

The George Mason University law school has introduced a new specialty concentration in homeland and national security law.

According to a press release on the school’s Web site, students interested in the field are required to take six courses: Administrative Law, Homeland Security Law, and National Security Law, plus three elective courses selected from a list of twelve.

The law school will also team with the Center for Infrastructure Protection, connecting students with outside and affiliated experts in homeland and national security law.

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