Intensive, 12-week program kicked off in May in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis and Korea University have launched a new Executive LL.M. program. The inaugural 12-week program is running in St. Louis this summer from late May to mid-August, and will be taught by faculty from both universities.

The program is designed for practicing attorneys with three or more years of experience, including judges and government officials. Graduates of the Executive LL.M. program who hold a first law degree from their home country are eligible to apply to sit for the New York bar examination.

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