USC Announces Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate Program

LL.M. students can now choose from three specialized certificates

USC Gould School of Law has announced that a new Alternative Dispute Resolution certificate will be available to LL.M. students beginning in Fall 2015. This will be the third certificate option offered to LL.M. students, alongside the Business Law and Entertainment Law certificates. 

According to the law school, LL.M. students pursuing the ADR certificate will be required to complete the ADR Ethics and ADR Law and Policy courses, and may fulfil the remaining credits with a variety of ADR electives. Additionally, some students may have the opportunity to put their skills to the test by competing in an LL.M. International Arbitration Moot held each year in Washington DC.

For more information, please visit the USC Law LL.M. certificates website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile


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