The Master of Legal Studies (MLS) in Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship for students who seek a legal education focused in technology and its effects on business. Students may work with non-disclosure and non-competition agreements; shareholder and founder agreements; customer agreements; supplier agreements; development contracts; intellectual property; securities and IPOs; corporate governance; banking; compliance; real estate; consulting; human resources; government; technology; and nonprofits.


The residential program is 30 credits and may be attended full or part-time.

  • 30 credits
  • Fall or spring semester start
  • Full time (9-12 months) or part time (18-24 months)


Required courses

All MLS students in this program will be required to take:

Core courses

Students in the MLS Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship program are required to take a minimum of four (4) core course, unless waived.


MLS Programs
Seattle University School of Law
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall 209
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206-398-4173