Five New LL.M. Specializations Offered by Loyola Los Angeles

New options include IP, Entertainment Law, Criminal Justice, and International Business Law

Loyola Law School in Los Angeles now offers the following specializations with its LL.M. degree:

  • International Business Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Entertainment Law
  • Criminal Justice
  • Civil Litigation and Advocacy.


Graduates of foreign law schools and American JD graduates are eligible to earn the specializations by taking required courses and elective courses, while also satisfying the basic LL.M. degree requirements. Please note that the LL.M. in Taxation is a separate program, and does not offer these additional specializations.

The award of a specialization will be noted on the transcripts of those who meet the requirements.

More information is available at the website for Loyola's Office of Graduate Admissions. or their Full Profile on LLM GUIDE.

Learn about these new LL.M. specializations at an on-campus info session taking place on June 11th at 7pm.


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