Law Schools Offering Master's Degrees in North Carolina

North Carolina Master's Degree SchoolsOffered In
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North Carolina is a good city to get your law master's degree. There are 3 schools offering law programs in North Carolina, and the best opportunity is offered by Duke University. This college has an excellent law master's degree program: five-star rating for curriculum and four stars for teaching.

Learn about all 3 law schools granting master's degrees in North Carolina below or narrow your search by program or city in North Carolina.


North Carolina law master's degree schools:

Duke University - Law School Ranking
Duke University

Durham, 1 master's program

Wake Forest University - Law School Ranking
Wake Forest University

Winston Salem, 2 master's programs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Law School Ranking
University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, 1 master's program

North Carolina law master's degrees by major:

International Law: 2 schools
Advanced Studies: 2 schools

Other law diplomas in NC:

Certificates: 24 schools
Associate's Degrees: 31 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 5 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 6 schools

North Carolina law schools by city:

Asheville: 1 school
Buies Creek: 1 school
Chapel Hill: 1 school
Charlotte: 2 schools
Dallas: 1 school
Dobson: 1 school
Durham: 3 schools
Elon: 1 school
Fayetteville: 2 schools
Graham: 1 school
Henderson: 1 school
High Point: 1 school
Hudson: 1 school
Jacksonville: 1 school
Jamestown: 1 school
Misenheimer: 1 school
Morehead City: 1 school
Morganton: 1 school
Murphy: 1 school
Polkton: 1 school
Raleigh: 3 schools
Rocky Mount: 1 school
Salisbury: 1 school
Sanford: 1 school
Smithfield: 1 school
Sylva: 1 school
Thomasville: 1 school
Troy: 1 school
Weldon: 1 school
Wilmington: 2 schools
Wilson: 1 school
Winston Salem: 2 schools
Winterville: 1 school

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