Fordham Launches LL.M in Corporate Compliance

Program to begin this fall

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New York City's Fordham University Law School has announced that it will launch an LL.M. degree in Corporate Compliance beginning this fall.

The LL.M. will cover emerging topics in corporate compliance, including risk assessment and crisis management. It will also explore the role of in-house counsel and the corporate compliance office.

The program is designed for "domestic attorneys seeking to work in the field of international corporate compliance, international lawyers who work in the corporate area, and academics whose scholarly interests are in the compliance field," according to a Fordham statement.

Applications for fall admissions are open until March 1.

For more information, please see Fordham's LL.M in Corporate Compliance webpage.


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