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Charlottesville, Virginia 174 Followers 193 Discussions
Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is consistently ranked among the top-10 law schools in the U.S. Virginia's LL.M. program provides an American legal education to lawyers who have obtained their first law degree in their home countries. Through a highly selective program of fewer than 50 students, the Law School's LL.M. candidates take classes alongside J.D. students, allowing participants to fully engage in the community and plan their own courses.

Full-Time: General LL.M. more

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Baltimore, Maryland 35 Followers 20 Discussions
Maryland - Carey Consider Maryland Carey Law’s LLM specializations in business law, cybersecurity law, health law, environmental law, intellectual property law, and other areas. The law school is part of the University's Graduate Campus in Baltimore, Maryland, with easy access to Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Business Law, LL.M. in Clinical Law, LL.M. in Constitutional Law, LL.M. in Crisis Management, LL.M. in Cybersecurity, LL.M. in Envi... more

Part-Time: Master of Science in Law – Environmental Law, Master of Science in Law – Health Law, Master of Science in Law – Patent Law more

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Miami, Florida 8 Followers 2 Discussions
FIU Law Florida International University College of Law is located in Miami, Florida. Miami is a bustling metropolis that serves as a hub across the Americas, and with the rest of the world, coupled with its sophisticated, multicultural, and dynamic legal community. This is an important reason why our LL.M. program is a top choice. The LL.M. Program at FIU Law offers a first rate legal education to foreign attorneys interested in bolstering their professional plat...

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Boston, Massachusetts 20 Followers 12 Discussions
Northeastern Law At Northeastern University School of Law, the Master of Laws (LLM) program offers law graduates from around the world the opportunity to study at the top experiential law school in the US. This hands-on LLM program is unique: all qualified LLM students have the opportunity for an 11-week, full-time legal practice experience (co-op) as an integral part of the academic curriculum. The 12-month LLM offers the choice of a general program for those who want to design their own course of study as well...

Full-Time: General LL.M. Program, LL.M. in Health Policy and Law, LL.M. in Human Rights, LL.M. in International Business Law, LL.M. in Intelectual Prop... more

Part-Time: Executive LL.M. more

Dual Degree: Business Administration LL.M. / MBA, LL.M. / MA in Sustainable International Development more

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New Orleans, Louisiana 65 Followers 80 Discussions
Tulane Law Graduate legal education is a significant aspect of Tulane Law School. Tulane has a unique tradition in civil, comparative, and international law, as well as special expertise in maritime law and in energy and environmental law. Students and scholars come from all over the world to study at Tulane and to experience life in New Orleans, one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities in the United States.

Full-Time: General LL.M., LL.M. in Admiralty, LL.M. in American Law, LL.M. in Energy & Environment, LL.M. in International & Comparative Law, SJD (Doct... more

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Boulder, Colorado 14 Followers 5 Discussions
CU Boulder - Colorado Law Located in the #1 college town and the #2 best place to live in the US, Colorado Law students find a rare life balance that includes the academic rigor of attending a tier 1 US law school in addition to the unique recreational, cultural, and social opportunities in Boulder, Colorado. In the spirit of inclusivity, Colorado Law offers LLM programs designed for legal academics and practitioners and MSL programs for non-legal practitioners in Human Rights and Ethics and Compliance .

Full-Time: LL.M. Degree, Master of Studies in Law (MSL) - Ethics and Compliance, Master of Studies in Law (MSL) - Human Rights more

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Eugene, Oregon 15 Followers 16 Discussions
Oregon Law The University of Oregon School of Law 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 #2 in the Pacific Northwest.

Full-Time: LL.M. Environmental & Natural Resources Law Concentration, LL.M. American Law Concentration, LL.M. Business Law Concentration, LL.M. Conflic... more

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Winston-Salem, North Carolina 9 Followers 17 Discussions
Wake Forest (WFU) Law Wake Forest University School of Law has small class sizes with huge advantages. 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.

Full-Time: LL.M. more

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Sep 22, 2008  119  york
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