Brooklyn Law School has joined with Pratt Institute to offer
a new dual degree program in Law Librarianship and Information Law where students
will earn an MSLIS (Master of Science in Librarianship and Information Science)
with an LL.M. in Information Law and Society. Students seeking admission to the
program must have completed a J.D. degree at an ABA-accredited law school, and
must apply to and be accepted by both Pratt Institute and Brooklyn Law School. To
learn more about the application process, please visit. For further information,
visit the BLS
Website for its description of the Joint Degree: Library and Information Science
- JD/MSLIS and the Pratt
Website titled MSLIS / JD and MSLIS/ LL.M. Brooklyn Law School.
Intersted applicants can contact either Director of the Brooklyn
Law School Library & Associate Professor of Law Janet Sinder by phone at (718)
780-7975 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Pratt Institute School of Information & Library Science Assistant to the
Dean for Academic Programs Quinn Lai by phone at (212) 647-7682 or by email at email@example.com.