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New York City, New York 940 Followers 911 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), J.S.D. more

Dual Degree: JD / LL.M. London Program, JD / LL.M. Frankfurt Program, JD / Master in Global Business Law, JD / Master in French Law more

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Berkeley, California 815 Followers 470 Discussions
Berkeley Law Berkeley Law is currently ranked among the Top 10 law schools in the nation by U.S. News. At Berkeley Law, our students are taught by distinguished professors who are also cutting edge scholars. Berkeley Law offers three paths to the general LL.M. degree:  The traditional track, the standard nine-month academic-year programThe thesis track, an academic year program that includes a thesis, a substantial research and writing projectThe professional track, a unique program that spans two consecutiv...

Full-Time: LL.M. Traditional Track, LL.M. Professional Track, LL.M. Thesis Track, J.S.D. more

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New York City, New York 1427 Followers 1426 Discussions

Full-Time: Traditional LL.M., LL.M. in Taxation, LL.M. Corporation Law, LL.M. Environmental and Energy Law, LL.M. International Business Regulation, Li... more

Distance Learning: Executive LL.M. in Tax more

Dual Degree: J.D. / LL.M. Program with Melbourne Law School, LLB / LL.M. Program with National University Singapore (NUS), J.D. / LL.M. in International... more

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 602 Followers 425 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Masters in Comparative Law (LL.C.M.) more

Part-Time: U.S. Business Law Certificate Program (Summer Program) more

Dual Degree: LL.M. / MFS (Master's in International Finance and Law) more

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Washington, District of Columbia 737 Followers 844 Discussions
Georgetown Law, in Washington, D.C., has one of the most well-established graduate programs in the United States and offers an unparalleled opportunity for lawyers to broaden and deepen their understanding of law through advanced study. Our LL.M., S.J.D. and Certificate students come from more than 60 countries and close to 150 different law schools from around the world. Georgetown Law offers general/flexible degree programs as well as specialties including Taxation, Securities, Global Health,...

Full-Time: General Studies LL.M., Global Health Law LL.M., Global Health Law & International Institutions LL.M., Environmental Law LL.M., Individualize... more

Distance Learning: Executive Taxation LL.M., Executive LL.M. Securities and Financial Regulation, Master of Studies in Law (M.S.L.) in Taxation more

Dual Degree: LL.M. Dual Degree, J.D. / LL.M. more

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Stanford, California 492 Followers 345 Discussions

Full-Time: LLM in Environmental Law & Policy, LLM in Law, Science & Technology, LLM in International Economic Law, Business & Policy, LLM in Corporate... more

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Los Angeles, California 482 Followers 287 Discussions
UCLA UCLA School of Law has a reputation for excellence throughout the world. With its diverse academic programs, world-renowned faculty and innovative approach, UCLA School of Law is acclaimed as one of the nation's finest institutions. UCLA School of Law uses an interdisciplinary approach to legal studies, with a dynamic, flexible curriculum that appeals to a range of interests. UCLA law students are among the best and brightest in the world, and together they make up a diverse, close-knit communit...

Full-Time: General LL.M., Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) more

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Cambridge, Massachusetts 782 Followers 798 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. (Master of Laws) Program more

By Research: S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) Program more

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