LLM Programs in North Carolina
At Wake Forest University School of Law, our small size is a huge advantage. We have a 10 to 1 student/faculty ratio and our first-year classes are no larger than 40 students. The law school was named among the nation’s best value in private law schools by National Jurist, and was ranked in the top 40 law schools in the nation. The one-year LLM Program in American Law is small and selective by design. We emphasize close personal attention to the student, one-on-one interaction with the professors, daily interaction with American JD students, and geographic diversity in the LLM class.
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