Fordham to Launch a Professional Track LL.M. Program

Flexible LL.M. aimed at those who cannot attend a traditional nine-month program

New York's Fordham Law School has announced plans to launch a new Professional Track LL.M. program,

In the new LL.M., students can begin their first semester in either August or January, then take up to 15 months off before completing the second semester.

Students who complete the program within two years of starting may become eligible to sit for the New York State bar exam.

The Professional Track LL.M. will offer students the option of specializing in one of eight areas:

  • Banking, Corporate and Finance Law
  • Corporate Compliance
  • Fashion Law
  • Intellectual Property and Information Technology
  • International Business and Trade Law
  • International Dispute Resolution
  • International Law and Justice
  • US Law

Fordham's new LL.M. is aimed at experienced lawyers looking to deepen their expertise or develop skills in a new field of law.

Fordham also offers a number of traditional, full-time LL.M. programs in areas like Banking, Corporate and Finance Law, Fashion Law, and Corporate Compliance.

Read more about the new Professional Track LL.M. on Fordham's website.

You can also browse Fordham's LLM GUIDE Full Profile for more information about the school's LL.M. offerings.


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