Students take 3 required LL.M. courses and pick the rest from J.D. offerings

The University of Cincinnati College of Law has announced it will offer a new, one-year LL.M. program for international lawyers focusing on the US legal system beginning in Fall 2012. The program is still pending full approval by the Ohio Board of Regents.

Three courses will be required for students on the program: "Introduction to US Law", "US Legal System," and "Legal Research and Writing for LLM Students." Students will pick the remainder of their courses based on their interests, and take them side-by-side with JD students.

University of Cincinnati College of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA).

For more information, please visit the University of Cincinnati College of Law LL.M. website.

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