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Los Angeles, California 253 Followers 207 Discussions
USC Gould The LL.M. Program at USC Law School is a master's degree program for students trained in law outside the U.S. The program introduces outstanding foreign lawyers to American law and the U.S. legal system and prepares them for leadership roles in the global market. Through the LL.M. Program, foreign lawyers have an opportunity to meet and interact not only with the faculty and J.D. students but also with practicing lawyers from around the world. 

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Two-Year Extended LL.M., Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution (LL.M. in ADR), Master of Comparative Law... more

Distance Learning: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Online Master of Studies in Law (MSL), Online Certificate in Entertainment Law and Industry, Online Certificate in C... more

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Hannover, Germany 59 Followers 14 Discussions
The LL.M. IT-Law offers a one-year Master program for postgraduate students. The students spend the first semester in Hannover and the second at one of our ten Partner Universities across Europe. As many of the courses offered in Hannover are in English, it is possible for foreign students to participate in the program. So far, students not only from Germany, but also from Austria, China, Finland, Greece, Poland, Puerto Rico and Spain have taken part. The students from the past years are organiz...

Full-Time: European Legal Informatics Study Programme (EULISP) - Master of Laws (LL.M.) in IT-Law and IP-Law more

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Newton, Massachusetts 60 Followers 33 Discussions
Boston College (BC Law) Our LLM program combines rigorous education by renowned faculty at a top US university with individualized attention in a friendly and supportive environment. Through personalized guidance and mentoring, our LLM program provides the critical comprehensive skills needed to succeed as a lawyer and as a leader: gaining and applying knowledge in a global information age, innovating within a modern and global economy, and communicating effectively across cultures.

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Lille, France 18 Followers 1 Discussion
Université Catholique de Lille The Université Catholique de Lille has been founded in 1875 and welcomes about 28 000 students, ranking the university as the first private university in France. Thanks to a team composed of permanent contributors with the help of professionals and the intervention of an educationalist following the Lille pedagogical methods.

Full-Time: LL.M. in International & European Law more

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Shatin, Hong Kong (PRC) 43 Followers 29 Discussions
CUHK Hong Kong is an international financial, trade, and investment center on the doorstep of China. The Faculty of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong recognizes the regional and international demand for first rate practice-oriented legal training in light of globalization of the world's markets. The Chinese University of Hong Kong offers three LLM programmes taught (in English) at the heart of Hong Kong's central business district. We welcome you to obtain further information on our website

Full-Time: LL.M in Chinese Business Law, LL.M in Common Law, LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law, LL.M in International Economic Law more

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Cergy-Pontoise, France 21 Followers 20 Discussions
Cergy-Pontoise

Full-Time: LL.M. in French and European Law more

Dual Degree: Dual LL.M. more

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Stanford, California 590 Followers 366 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in Corporate Governance & Practice, LL.M. in Environmental Law & Policy, LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology, LL.M. in International Ec... more

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Berkeley, California 964 Followers 514 Discussions
Berkeley Law Berkeley Law is one of the top law schools in the U.S. At Berkeley Law, students are taught by distinguished professors who are cutting edge scholars and leaders in their fields. Berkeley Law offers 4 paths to the LL.M. degree: The traditional track, a 9-month academic year program; thesis track, an academic year program that includes a thesis; professional track, which spans 2 consecutive summer terms; and the hybrid option, one summer term in residence bookended by 2 terms of online study.

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

Distance Learning: LL.M. Hybrid Option more

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Intellectual Property (IP) Law

Intellectual property law—often just called “IP” law—serves to protect the rights of the people who have created artwork, or who own patents, trademarks, and other intellectual property. As you might imagine, the legal issues involved in this area can be thorny—especially in the age of the Internet, when artistic works are shared every day, sometimes legally, and sometimes not—and experienced IP lawyers are often needed to do everything from filing patent applications to drafting licensing agreements, and even defending trademark owners from infringement in court. An LL.M. program in Intellectual Property Law can help legal professionals get caught-up with current laws around patents, copyrights, and antitrust issues; some LL.M.s might even delve into specific fields where IP law applies, such as entertainment law. Fortunately, there are many career opportunities for a legal professional who has an LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law. Indeed, there are entire law firms dedicated to IP law; jobs can also be found in the legal departments of non-legal firms that own or manage artistic works, technology, or other intellectual property.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution—sometimes shortened to “ADR” by its practitioners—refers to solving legal problems without litigation. As such, LL.M. programs in Alternative Dispute Resolution can help students understand the tools that they need outside of a courtroom: negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and more. Those who have studied their LL.M.s in the alternative dispute resolution field can go on to jobs as mediators or arbitrators, or simply add ADR skills to their legal toolkits.

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