Chicago-Kent's Graduate Program in Financial Services Law offers full-time and part-time students a unique opportunity to broaden their understanding of the principles underlying increasingly complex systems and services, deepen their knowledge of particular topics of interest, and enhance their skills as professionals.
Deregulation of financial services, tax reforms, globalization, technology, and revolutionary market forces have created an environment in which attorneys must broaden their knowledge and sharpen their skills to handle the range of legal and related issues arising in the new and evolving financial services industry. The LL.M. program in Financial Services Law educates legal professionals to be effective in this rapidly changing environment. It emphasizes the global nature of financial markets.
The LL.M. in Financial Services Law is a full- or part-time degree program for individuals holding J.D., LL.B. or other non-US first law degrees.
LL.M. in Financial Services Law