Admissions representatives will discuss LL.M. program with prospective students

The University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law will visit several overseas locations this fall to present information on its LL.M. program for prospective students. The dates, cities, and venues are listed below.

USC LL.M. admissions representatives will be available to discuss various aspects of the school's LL.M. program, including the JD-LL.M. student partnership program, the Early Bar Exam Preparation series for LL.M. students, and the certificate programs in Business Law and Entertainment Law.

For more information on upcoming events and for details on the USC Law LL.M. program, please visit the USC Law Graduate and International Programs website or contact llm@law.usc.edu.

September 1 - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Education USA Fair, Intercontinental Hotel

September 3 - Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Education USA Fair, Sofitel Hotel

October 11 - Tokyo, Japan
USC Law Info Session, ANA Intercontinental Hotel

October 13-15 - Hong Kong, PRC
USC Global Conference

October 22 - Frankfurt, Germany
e-fellows.net LL.M. Fair

November 14 - Seoul, South Korea
USC Law Info Session, Grand Intercontinental Hotel

November 16 - Shanghai, PRC
USC Law Info Session, JW Marriott Hotel

November 18 - Tapei, Taiwan
USC Law Info Session, Park Hotel

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