Program starts Fall 2014; offers track focusing on New York State Bar

Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte, North Carolina will offer a LL.M. in American Legal Studies for foreign law graduates who have already received a primary law degree from universities in their home countries. The one-year, 24-credit program will begin in Fall 2014.

The program offers two separate "tracks": the Flexible Track and the New York Track. The Flexible Track gives students control over the substantive content of their LL.M. program through the selection of electives. The New York Track is designed to assist those students who wish to pursue admission to the New York State Bar upon obtaining their LL.M. degree by offering a curriculum focused on the bar.

Charlotte Law has been fully accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) since 2011.

For more information, please visit the program website or the school's full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
 

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