LLM Programs in New York
Full-Time: LL.M. for Foreign Law Graduates, LL.M. in Advanced Legal Studies, LL.M. in Governmental Administration and Regulation, LL.M. in Health Law,... more
The Fordham Law School LLM in Banking, Corporate and Finance Law, International Business and Trade Law, and Intellectual Property and Information Technology gives distinct advantages to students who want to be leaders in the challenging fields of Business, Banking, International Law, Intellectual Property & Information Technology. With its superior faculty committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship, Fordham, the Jesuit University of New York City, offers students an outstanding academic experience in a city that enhances employment options with the world's major firms and corporations. Located in the heart of New York City at Lincoln Center, minutes from beautiful Central Park, Fordham offers students a unique academic and cultural experience. Students may enroll full-time or part-time.
Full-Time: LL.M. in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law, LL.M. in Corporate Compliance, LL.M. in Fashion Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Inform... more
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: LLB / LL.M. Program with National University Singapore (NUS), J.D. / LL.M. Program with Melbourne Law School, J.D. / LL.M. in International... more
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By Vanessa Ellingham on Oct 31, 2016
Scholarships, savings, loans and employer sponsorships: sometimes all are necessary in order to fund an LL.M.