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An LLM or Master of Laws degree is an academic degree, often sought by students with undergraduate law degrees who are looking to educate themselves more thoroughly in one specific area of law study. LLM programs are research-oriented and typically last for one year.

A Master of Laws, or LLM in business law is a high level degree that involves delving deeper into the intricacies of the legal system. While there are other specializations as well, this particular degree places focus on commerce and business.

 

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LLM in Comparative Law

University of San Diego School of Law
Campus Full time January 2017 USA San Diego

The LLM in  Comparative  Law  program is specifically designed for attorneys and law school graduates educated outside of the United States.  Candidates for the LLM in  Comparative  Law are enrolled in two required courses,  Introduction to U.S. Law  and  Legal Writing and Research.  [+]

LL.Ms in LLM Business Law in California in USA. LLM in Comparative Law PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The LLM in  Comparative  Law program is specifically designed for attorneys and law school graduates educated outside of the United States.  Candidates for the LLM in  Comparative  Law are enrolled in two required courses,  Introduction to U.S. Law  and  Legal Writing and Research.  Except for these two required courses, candidates in the  Comparative  Law program choose their courses from the same curriculum as JD students and other LLM students.   Students whose native language is not English are also eligible to receive extra time on examinations and the use of a translating dictionary, provided they submit a TOEFL/IELTS score at the time of admission.    While students take most of the same courses as JD and other LLM candidates, they have the advantage of access to the two required courses and exam accommodations.  In addition, the School of Law is pleased to offer specialised  Concentration areas within the LLM in  Comparative  Law:
  Business and Corporate Law Criminal Law International Law Intellectual Property Law Environmental & Energy Law Taxation  Pursuing one of the Concentrations listed above is optional; students are not required to pursue a Concentration.   APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS & DEADLINES   To assist with the application process, please review our application checklist. You  can access the online application from our website.  We prefer that applicants use the online service provided by LSAC.       International applicants are required to submit an official TOEFL or IELTS score. Candidates should have the Educational Testing Services submit the official TOEFL score report directly to our office.  The minimum required TOEFL score is 93.  For the IELTS exam, your score must be submitted directly to our office by the International English Language Testing System.  The minimum required IELTS score is 7.0.   The deadline to apply for entrance to the LLM programs for the  Spring semester is  November 1st.  The deadline to apply for the Fall semester is  June 1st. We use a rolling admissions process, so as soon as your file is complete it will be submitted to the Admissions Committee.   TUITION & SCHOLARSHIPS The tuition for the LLM in  Comparative  Law program for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,635 per credit. The LLM in  Comparative  Law program consists of 25 credits.  Tuition and fees are subject to change; current tuition rates are available on the School of Law’s Financial Aid webpage. All full-time LLM applicants are automatically considered for  Merit Scholarships.  No additional application is necessary.  The scholarship is awarded based on the contents of your admissions file.  The School of Law’s  Financial Aid Office  can provide  you  with additional information regarding financial aid, including directing  you  toward appropriate resources for international students.  [-]