LLM Programs in Oregon
The University of Oregon School of Law's Master of Laws (LL.M.) program is a one-year degree designed for law school graduates and attorneys who desire to continue their legal studies for professional advancement, in-depth study in a particular concentration or development of a new practice area.
The program offers four concentrations: Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Business Law, American Law, and Conflict and Dispute Resolution.
The Law School is ranked as the #2 law school in the Pacific Northwest by US News and World Report and is home to several top-ranked programs.
Full-Time: LL.M. Environmental & Natural Resources Law Concentration, LL.M. American Law Concentration, LL.M. Business Law Concentration, LL.M. Conflic... more
Full-Time: LL.M. in Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy Law, LL.M. in Animal Law more
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