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Los Angeles, California 555 Followers 303 Discussions
UCLA UCLA School of Law has a reputation for excellence throughout the world. With diverse academic programs, a world-renowned faculty, and an innovative approach, UCLA Law is acclaimed as one of the nation's finest institutions. The law school takes an interdisciplinary approach to legal studies, with a dynamic, flexible curriculum that appeals to a wide range of interests. UCLA law students are among the best and brightest in the world, and together they make up a diverse, close-knit community.

Full-Time: General LL.M., Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) more…

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Boston, Massachusetts 289 Followers 328 Discussions
BU Law Boston University School of Law (BU Law) is one of America’s most distinguished law schools. The core of the BU Law learning experience is superior instruction and a supportive, dynamic learning environment in which professors guide, inspire and challenge. The school’s roughly 280 LLM students enroll in five distinct LLM programs, and bring an astounding mix of backgrounds and interests to campus, coming from law schools throughout the United States and from more than 45 countries worldwide.

Full-Time: LL.M. in American Law (for non-US lawyers), LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law, LL.M. in Taxation more…

Part-Time: Executive LL.M. in International Business Law more…

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Los Angeles, California 254 Followers 208 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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Charlottesville, Virginia 177 Followers 194 Discussions
Virginia (UVA) Law 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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Atlanta, Georgia 59 Followers 39 Discussions
Emory Law Emory Law's LLM program offers graduates of U.S. and foreign law schools the opportunity to pursue the master of laws from one of the top nationally ranked law schools in the United States. LLM students may choose from among three broad tracks: a traditional LLM designed around a student's particular interests and expertise and drawing from the breadth of Emory's curriculum; an LLM in one of six formal concentrations: or a joint LLM with Central European University in Budapest, Hungary.

Full-Time: General LL.M., LL.M. with Central European University, Juris Master more…

Distance Learning: Online LL.M. more…

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Fribourg, Switzerland 43 Followers 10 Discussions
Fribourg University The Fribourg Law LL.M. in Cross-Cultural Business Practice has been designed to address the specific legal and cultural issues that contract lawyers are facing today, teaching the essential legal concepts and tools, while building intercultural awareness and enhancing communication skills. The knowledge and skills acquired in this LL.M. are key differentiators in obtaining positions in law firms and legal departments of companies as well as international organizations.

Full-Time: LL.M. in International Business Law, LL.M. in International Contracts & Arbitration, LL.M. in Commodity Trading Law, LL.M. in Compliance more…

Dual Degree: LL.M. / EMBA Dual Degree more…

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Lüneburg, Germany 4 Followers 2 Discussions
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg In a world of increasing legal specialization, it is advantageous for your career to become an expert in a particular field of law. The Leuphana Professional School offers specialized LL.M. programs, which you can study part-time while you continue working at your regular job without suffering any salary losses. All LL.M. programs offer an interdisciplinary approach by combining legal studies with economic studies and other related subjects.

Part-Time: LL.M. in Competition and Regulation, LL.M. in Corporate and Business Law, LL.M. in Sustainability Law - Energy, Resources, Environment, LL.M... more…

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Eugene, Oregon 17 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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