Católica Global School of Law and Boston University Launch Dual-Degree LL.M.

Católica students now have the opportunity to complete an LL.M. at BU

The Lisbon-based Católica Global School of Law has partnered with Boston University School of Law to launch a new double LL.M. program.

Under the terms of the new partnership, Católica students, upon finishing their LL.M. studies in Lisbon, will be able to continue their studies in Boston. Graduates of the program will receive two LL.M.s: one from Católica Global and one from BU Law.

Each LL.M. program will take one year to complete.

Upon completion of the BU LL.M., students will be eligible to sit for the New York bar exam, if they meet all other necessary criteria.

To apply for the new dual program, Católica Global LL.M. applicants simply have to state their interest on their inital application form.

Accepted students will receive a $15,000 tuition discount at BU Law.

Católica Global has similar double LL.M. agreements with with King´s College London, Cornell University and the University of Michigan.

For more information, please see the Católica Global news release announcing the launch of the double LL.M. program with BU Law.

Read more about the school's LL.M. programs at Católica Global's Full Profile on LLM GUIDE.

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