LL.M. Program in U.S., International, and Transnational Law Degree Requirements
Participants in the LL.M. in U.S., International, & Transnational Law program must complete 24 credit hours of study, including:
- One 3‐credit course from the following: Comparative Law, International Business Transactions, International Intellectual Property, or other 3 credit course including a comparative law component approved by the Director of the LL.M.
- Introduction to the American Legal System
- Fulfillment of the writing requirement, which can be accomplished by taking a seminar or Legal Writing IV for LL.M. students
The remaining credit hours may be filled with courses selected from the wide range of offerings at Chicago-Kent. The international courses in Chicago-Kent's LL.M. program include:
- International Law
- Comparative Law
- International Business Transactions
- International Trade Law
- European Union Law
- International Aspects of Intellectual Property
- International Human Rights
- Immigration 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).