Opportunity part of a new joint SUNY International Finance and Law Program

The University at Buffalo (UB) Law School and the Neil D. Levin Graduate Institute of International Relations and Commerce have created an International Finance and Law Program in New York City. The program gives around twenty selected UB law and management students (including a "handful" of LL.M. students) the opportunity to spend their second semester in New York City.

According the the UB website, eligible LL.M. students will complete their first semester of coursework in Buffalo. During the spring semester, students will live and study in New York City for 12 weeks and receive a full semester's (12 credit hours) academic credit toward their LL.M. Participating LL.M. students can still complete all requirements for the LL.M. within two semesters.

Next year's term in NYC will run from February 4 to May 8, 2008.

Buffalo is located in western New York state, close to the US-Canadian border.

For more information, please visit the UB website.

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