Waseda University, Japan Announces LL.M. in Asian Economic Integration and Law

The English-language LL.M. will equip students for work in the Asia-Pacific region

Waseda University Faculty of Law has announced an English-language LL.M. aimed at producing graduates equipped to work in the Asia-Pacific region.

The first cohort of the one-year full-time program will begin class in Tokyo in April 2018. 

The LL.M. is targeted at legal, business and government leaders looking to better understand how business and law intersect in Japan and its region.

The program will enable them to move into jobs where they can show business and legal leadership in Asia-Pacific.

For more information, see the program website.


Image: Shinjuku, Tokyo by acb CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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