Fordham Offers New Graduate Program in International Law & Justice

New LL.M. program is fourth on offer at Fordham Law School

Fordham Law School in New York City has launched a new graduate program in International Law and Justice. The master’s program joins the school’s three other LL.M. programs.

According to the law school, the new program is "designed primarily for foreign lawyers who work in public interest, including high-level government attorneys, leaders of non-governmental organizations, and academics."

The new program is affiliated with the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice, which will - together with Fordham Law School - offer full-tuition scholarships and living stipends for the program to eligible students from developing countries, including scholarships to two graduates of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Faculty of Law in Ghana.

For information about the new program, visit the program’s website. For information about other LL.M. programs at Fordham, please visit their full directory profile.


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