LL.M. Program in International and Comparative Law
The LL.M. Program in International and Comparative Law is a one-year, full-time program for foreign lawyers and law graduates who wish to gain a broader understanding of the American legal system and international legal issues. The LL.M. Program in International and Comparative Law is not open to attorneys holding a J.D. degree from an American law school. The program offers flexibility in the choice of law courses as well as the opportunity to conduct independent research. Students enrolled in the program attend courses and seminars along with J.D. students and can take advantage of the school's cutting edge-expertise in areas such as information technology law, e-commerce and financial services law.
If you have any questions about the admissions process or the program, contact the Office of International Law and Policy (phone: 312-906-5134; fax: 312-906-5355; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).