Chicago-Kent College of Law is proud to offer a one-year LL.M. in International Intellectual Property Law, the first such degree to be offered by a U.S. law school.
With this unique program, U.S. and foreign attorneys holding first degrees in law can specialize in one of the most dynamic and rapidly changing legal fields. Offered as a one-year, full-time program, the LL.M. in International Intellectual Property Law requires a graduate seminar with thesis and intensive study of a range of courses dealing with both intellectual property and international law topics.
For prospective students intending to study for the J.D. degree, find out more information about the J.D. Certificate Program in Intellectual Property Law at Chicago-Kent.