LL.M. programs vary in length, value and quantity. The regular program is one year of full-time article or two to three years of part-time study. Students often take their courses to either specialize in a particular field, such as international law, or create a custom course of study to suit their personal interests or professional needs.
Law in Comparative Law
The M.C.L. is a two-semester program that offers international students without a first degree in law but with legal experience or a strong interest to gain familiarity with A ... +
All of our courses are designed to impart knowledge in the highly popular fields of international and comparative law. The courses, all of them are taught in English, combine ... +
The LLM in ComparativeLaw program is designed for attorneys and law school graduates educated outside of the United States. Candidates for the LLM in Comparative Law are enrol ... +
The CEILS program provides its students with an authentic international experience and an all-encompassing education in comparative, European, international and transnational ... +
Clients demand that their lawyers be skilled in international and comparative law. Transactional lawyers need to be able to negotiate complex international contracts. Advocate ... +
Modern enterprises need profoundly educated, well trained legal experts. Our Master's program focuses on highly engaged and qualified students interested in a thorough global ... +
The Master of Laws in US Law (LLM) & Master of Comparative Law (MCL) Program is designed to prepare lawyers from other countries to work knowledgeably with lawyers in the ... +
The Master of Laws (LL.M.) is an advanced program of legal study that is customized to the needs of the individual student. LL.M. candidates, mentored by expert faculty, plan ... +
The LL.M. in Comparative Law Program is designed for persons who want to enhance their understanding of the legal system of the U.S.A. and the English common law system from w ... +
This programme aims to equip you with an in-depth understanding of core areas of private law across the two great legal traditions of Europe, common and civil law.