Ohio

US LLM Programs in Ohio

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Columbus, Ohio 29 Followers 26 Discussions
Ohio State - Moritz

The Moritz LL.M. program is designed for foreign lawyers who wish to advance their legal education in a stimulating academic environment. The college offers the dual advantages of a highly-regarded law curriculum at a major U.S. university and a LL.M. program of limited size that allows for individualized attention and support. Two of the program's primary goals are to immerse foreign lawyers in a year of U.S. legal education and to foster interaction between American J.D. students and the LL.M. students. In large part this is accomplished by integrating the LL.M. students into the J.D. curriculum, ensuring that both groups will benefit from the interaction and graduate from their respective programs well prepared to participate in an increasingly globalized world.

Full-Time: General LL.M., Master in the Study of Law (M.S.L) more

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Cincinnati, Ohio 0 Followers 0 Discussions
Cincinnati Law

The University of Cincinnati College of Law is pleased to offer a program of study on the U.S. legal system to practicing attorneys and law school graduates who received their legal education outside of the United States.  Our program offers a substantive introduction to the U.S. legal process while allowing students to focus their studies on their own areas of interest.

Full-Time: LL.M. in the US Legal System more

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Cleveland, Ohio 21 Followers 20 Discussions
Case Western Reserve Law The Master of Laws in US & Global Legal Studies is designed to give foreign law graduates an opportunity to study the US legal system, international law and trade, and to become truly capable lawyers in the 21st century's global economy. Our students always form a close-knit community and become involved in law school activities with American classmates. They benefit from individual attention and guidance in a family atmosphere. We tailor the curriculum to meet the individual needs and career goals of each student. LLM students can also earn certificates of concentration in Public International Law, International Business Law, IP or Health Law.

Full-Time: LL.M. in United States and Global Legal Studies , LLM in U.S. & Global Legal Studies, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law, LL.M. in Internati... more

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Dayton, Ohio 5 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Technology Law more

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Akron, Ohio 2 Followers 3 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law more

Dual Degree: JD/LLM in Intellectual Property Joint Degree Program, JD/MTax (Joint Degree Program) more

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Columbus, Ohio 4 Followers 2 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in Business, LL.M. in Taxation more

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Ada, Ohio 11 Followers 6 Discussions
The LL.M. in Democratic Governance and Rule of Law is a unique program designed for young lawyers from transitional democracies committed to public service. By fully funding the year of study for most students, Ohio Northern University seeks to provide young reformers with the tools they need to promote democracy and the rule of law in their home countries. The course of study focuses on American and comparative systems, combating corruption, and other critical issues confronting transitional states. Highly regarded faculty are supplemented by periodic seminars from foreign specialists and extensive field studies. Through working and living together in a supportive academic community, the LL.M. students prepare themselves to continue their efforts at fostering democracy and legal reforms when they return home.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Democratic Governance and the Rule of Law more

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Cleveland, Ohio 4 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: General LL.M., LL.M. in Healthcare Law more

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