Case Western Reserve Law Launches Concurrent LL.M. Program in China

School partners with the Guanghua Law School to offer joint degree programs

Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University School of Law (CWRU) and Zhejiang University's Guanghua School of Law have announced new concurrent degree programs.

Through the new partnership, JD students at Case Western Reserve can spend their third year of law school in China to work on an LL.M. degree in Chinese Law from Guanghua.

Additionally,Guanghua Law students will have the opportunity to spend their fourth year at CWRU to work on an LL.M. in US and Global Legal Studies.

Guanghua is located in Hangzhou, which is about an hour by train from Shanghai.

For more information, please see the Case Western Reserve University Law news release announcing the new concurrent degree program.

You can read more about CWRU's LL.M. programs on the school's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

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