Tapping into demand from international students, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law is launching a new accelerated summer LL.M. program in 2009.

International students who already hold a professional law degree will be able to earn their LL.M. — or masters in law — in two summers, taking courses packed into three-month segments. The school says graduates will come out qualified to take the California bar exam.

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