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LL.M. candidates benefit from a trove of educational resources at Georgia Law, a highly ranked law school and a core unit of the 36,000-student University of Georgia, among the United States’ oldest and most highly respected public universities. You’ll study in law school buildings on a tree-lined campus in Athens, a vibrant locale not far from Atlanta.
Georgia Law awards the LL.M. degree following the successful completion of 26 credit hours, typically within one academic year. We’re pleased to offer a flexible curriculum tailored to your own goals, whether you seek to prepare to sit for a U.S. bar examination, to pursue a Concentration affording advancement in your home country’s legal profession or academic institutions, or some other career path.
Our LL.M in Employment Law educates new and experienced attorneys on the challenging issues facing employment specialists. We focus on emerging theories, new legislation, and the increasingly global marketplace. The online program is part-time and 100% asynchronous.
A Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Georgia State University College of Law affords foreign-trained lawyers the option for a proactive, engaging and intellectually stimulating legal studies experience that reflect our dedication to educating lawyers of the highest caliber and competence. Practicing law on a global scale requires knowledge and education that transcends market needs. With connections locally, nationally and abroad, the LL.M. program for Foreign-Trained Lawyers at Georgia State Law provides you with the access needed to excel in a global society.
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