Indiana University's McKinney School of Law has announced the launch of a new LL.M. track in International Trade Law.
The track has grown out of a partnership with World Trade Center (WTC) Indianapolis, which connects local businesses to the global marketplace.
No immediate information was available with regard to the LL.M. track's curricular components. However, the school noted in a news release that students in a pilot of the track last year participated in pro bono roles with WTC Indianapolis.
According to Frank Emmert, a professor on the program, "Upon graduation, the newly minted Master of Laws recipients will be uniquely positioned for a career in international business and trade, with state-of-the-art theoretical knowledge, significant practical experience, and an unmatched network of professional connections.”
For more information, please see the IU McKinney news release announcing the launch of the LL.M. track in International Trade Law.