Georgetown and Sciences Po Begin Dual M.I.A. / LL.M. Program This Fall

Students split two years between Paris and Washington DC

Georgetown University in Washington DC and Sciences Po in Paris will begin a new two-year, Dual Master of International Affairs and Law (M.I.A. / LL.M.) program this fall.

The course is designed for students who already have a law degree that qualifies them to practice law in the country where they studied.

The first two semesters take place in Paris, followed by a second, law-focused year at Georgetown Law.  Students finish with an LL.M. from Georgetown and a Master in International Affairs from Sciences-Po.

The two universities already offer a joint Master's program in Global Economic Law.

For more information, please visit the Georgetown Law website.


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