Cooperation to include a 3+1 LL.B/LL.M. and possibly a joint LL.M.
The first planned program is a concurrent, "3+1" model program that will allow selected LL.B. students from both law schools to spend part of their course time at and receive an LL.M. degree from the partner institution.
According to NUS, the schools have "also agreed to discuss cooperation at the graduate level, including a possible joint LLM degree."
For more information, please visit the NUS announcement.
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