Católica and Cornell Launch Double LL.M Program

Católica and Cornell Launch Double LL.M Program

Program gives Católica students a tuition break on the Cornell LL.M.

Portugal's Católica Global School of Law has announced that it has partnered with Cornell Law School to offer a new double LL.M. degree program.

Through the new partnership, Católica students will have the opportunity to continue their studies with Cornell's LL.M. program. Graduates will receive one LL.M. from each school. 

Additionally, graduates of the program will also be able to sit for the New York Bar exam.

The double LL.M. program is available to both current Católica students as well as recent graduates. Accepted students will get a one-third tuition break off the cost of the Cornell LL.M. program.

For more information, please see the Católica press release announcing the launch of the double LL.M. with Cornell. Read more about Católica Global School of Law on the school's full profile at LLM GUIDE.

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