LLM Programs in American Law / U.S. Law

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New York City, New York 902 Followers 910 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), J.S.D. more

Dual Degree: JD / LL.M. London Program, JD / LL.M. Frankfurt Program, JD / Master in Global Business Law, JD / Master in French Law more

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Maastricht, Netherlands 152 Followers 155 Discussions
Maastricht University The common feature of the English masters programmes is their innovative character. They all aim at the integration of European and international features in the study of the law. This international approach is to a great extent combined with an emphasis upon comparative law. For those seeking to work in a transnational environment and with an open eye to ‘Europeanisation’ and globalisation, the faculty of law is the place to be. The masters in this field are closely linked to the emphasis in the faculty research: the faculty staff is particularly strong in the areas covered by the English taught masters.

Full-Time: General LL.M., Advanced Master in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management (LLM/MSc), LL.M. in Dutch Law, LL.M. in Forensics, Crim... more

Dual Degree: LL.M. in International and European Tax Law: American Specialisation more

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Cambridge, Massachusetts 758 Followers 796 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. (Master of Laws) Program more

By Research: S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) Program more

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 583 Followers 423 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Masters in Comparative Law (LL.C.M.) more

Part-Time: U.S. Business Law Certificate Program (Summer Program) more

Dual Degree: LL.M. / MFS (Master's in International Finance and Law) more

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Los Angeles, California 226 Followers 195 Discussions
USC Gould

The LL.M. Program at USC Law School is a master's degree program for students trained in law outside the U.S. The program introduces outstanding foreign lawyers to American law and the U.S. legal system and prepares them for leadership roles in the global market. Through the LL.M. Program, foreign lawyers have an opportunity to meet and interact not only with the faculty and J.D. students but also with practicing lawyers from around the world. 

Full-Time: General LL.M. (for international attorneys), Two-Year Extended LL.M., Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution (LL.M. in A.D.R.), Ma... more

Distance Learning: Online LL.M. more

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Ithaca, New York 338 Followers 277 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M., Master of Science - Legal Studies (M.S.L.S.), LL.M. in Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship more

Dual Degree: J.D. / Master en Droit, J.D. / M.LL.P. (Master of German and European Law and Legal Practice), J.D. / Master in Global Business Law more

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Vienna, Austria 50 Followers 28 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in European and International Business Law (LL.M. Europäisches und Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht) more

Dual Degree: Dual LL.M. more

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New York City, New York 236 Followers 217 Discussions
Fordham Law

The Fordham Law School LLM in Banking, Corporate and Finance Law, International Business and Trade Law, and Intellectual Property and Information Technology gives distinct advantages to students who want to be leaders in the challenging fields of Business, Banking, International Law, Intellectual Property & Information Technology. With its superior faculty committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship, Fordham, the Jesuit University of New York City, offers students an outstanding academic experience in a city that enhances employment options with the world's major firms and corporations. Located in the heart of New York City at Lincoln Center, minutes from beautiful Central Park, Fordham offers students a unique academic and cultural experience. Students may enroll full-time or part-time.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law, LL.M. in Corporate Compliance, LL.M. in Fashion Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Inform... more


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