Georgetown Law Partners with HEC Paris to Offer an MBA/LL.M. and an MiM/LL.M.

Each joint program can be completed in two years

Georgetown University Law Center and HEC Paris have announced two new joint programs: an MBA/LL.M. and a Master in Management (MiM)/LL.M.

The new programs are aimed at lawyers who want a better understanding of business and management topics.

Each program is two years. Students will spend the first year on the HEC Paris campus, focusing on business curriculum. During the second year, students will go to Georgetown and work on LL.M. coursework.

At Georgetown, students can pursue either a general or a specialized LL.M. Georgetown offers a number of specialized LL.M. options, in topics like international human rights, tax, environmental law, and more.

The dual-degree MBA/LL.M. program requires prospective applicants to have at least three years of experience and an undergraduate degree in law. For the MiM/LL.M., candidates do not need work experience but do need an undergraduate degree in law.

Both programs are set to launch in the fall of 2016.

For more information, please see the Georgetown Law news release announcing the launch of the new joint programs.

You can also read more about Georgetown Law on its Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

Read more about MBA programs at FIND MBA.


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