Master of Laws in LLM Commercial Law in New York in USA

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LLM Commercial Law

The Master of Laws degree commonly known as the LL.M., is an advanced graduate law degree. Candidates often already hold a first degree in law and are interested in furthering their studies of the law. Obtaining an LL.M. possesses a number of distinct advantages.

When a law student gains the sense that he or she would be able to find a fulfilling career in the field of business and commerce, taking courses for an LLM in commercial law is often a great start.    

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

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LLM in Fashion Law

Fordham University School of Law
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA New York

LLM students in the Fashion Law program will study with the most distinguished faculty in the discipline, including both academics and industry insiders—in New York City, a capital of the world’s fashion industry. [+]

LLM Programs in LLM Commercial Law in New York in USA. LLM students in the Fashion Law program will study with the most distinguished faculty in the discipline, including both academics and industry insiders—in New York City, a capital of the world’s fashion industry. You’ll explore what we’ve defined as the four pillars of fashion law: intellectual property business and finance, including areas such as investment, employment law, and real estate international trade and government regulation, including sustainability, privacy, and issues related to wearable technology consumer culture and civil rights You’ll also gain direct access to events and networking opportunities available through the nonprofit Fashion Law Institute. Established with the assistance of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, it’s the world’s first center dedicated to the law and business of fashion—and it’s based at Fordham Law. CURRICULUM FOR U.S. JD HOLDERS If you hold a JD from a law school in the U.S., you must take the following classes: Fashion Law* (3 credits) Fashion Law Capstone/Thesis (3 credits; final semester) At least four of the following courses designated "FASH" on the course listing published on the registrar's website: Fashion Ethics, Sustainability, and Development (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Law and Finance (2 credits) Fashion Licensing (2 credits) Fashion Modeling Law (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Retail Law (2 credits) Fashion Law Practicum (3 credits) (Note: limited enrollment Additional electives, chosen from the range of courses open to LLM students, for a total of 24 credits. Consider choosing electives that complement your fashion-related courses and cover areas of legal specialization important to fashion law that you may not have studied in the past. CURRICULUM FOR NON-U.S. LAW DEGREE HOLDERS (BAR EXAM OPTION) Below are the requirements for non-U.S. law degree holders. This option fulfills the requirements of the "Cure Provision," which allows foreign-trained lawyers and law students with a "Qualifying" first degree in law to sit for the New York Bar Examination. For more details, see www.nybarexam.org and click on "Foreign Legal Education." Introduction to the U.S. Legal System (2 credits) Legal Writing and Research for LLM Students (2 credits) Introduction to the U.S. Legal Profession (2 credits) or another Professional Responsibility course (3 credits) 6 credits in subjects tested on the New York bar exam from the list available at law.fordham.edu/llm/contentoutline. Consider choosing courses that will not only assist in your studying for the bar exam but also complement your fashion-related courses and cover areas of legal specialization important to fashion law that you may not have studied in the past. Fashion Law* (3 credits) Fashion Law Capstone/Thesis (3 credits; final semester) 6 credits from the following courses designated "FASH" on the course schedule published on the registrar's website: Fashion Ethics, Sustainability, and Development (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Law and Finance (2 credits) Fashion Licensing (2 credits) Fashion Modeling Law (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Retail Law (2 credits) Fashion Law Practicum (3 credits) (Note: limited enrollment) Students who completed the Fashion Law Institute's Fashion Law Bootcamp(R) summer intensive program are exempt from the Fashion Law course requirement and should instead take 3 other credits of their choice. CURRICULUM FOR NON-U.S. LAW DEGREE HOLDERS (BAR EXAM WAIVER) Below are the requirements for non-U.S. law degree holders. This option does not fulfill the requirements of the "Cure Provision," which allows foreign-trained lawyers and law students with a "Qualifying" first degree in law to sit for the New York Bar Examination. For more details, see www.nybarexam.org and click on "Foreign Legal Education." Before making course selections that will make you ineligible to sit for the New York Bar Examination, please consult with a program advisor. A waiver is required to exercise this option ("Request for Waiver from LLM Program Requirement," available on LawNET Forms Central). Introduction to the U.S. Legal System (2 credits) Legal Writing and Research for LLM Students (2 credits) Fashion Law* (3 credits) Fashion Law Capstone/Thesis (3 credits; final semester) At least four of the following courses designated "FASH" on the course schedule published on the registrar's website: Fashion Ethics, Sustainability, and Development (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Law and Finance (2 credits) Fashion Licensing (2 credits) Fashion Modeling Law (2 or 3 credits) Fashion Retail Law (2 credits) Fashion Law Practicum (3 credits) (Note: limited enrollment) Additional electives, chosen from the range of courses open to LLM students, for a total of 24 credits. Consider choosing electives that complement your fashion-related courses and cover areas of legal specialization important to fashion law that you may not have studied in the past. Students who completed the Fashion Law Institute's Fashion Law Bootcamp(R) summer intensive program are exempt from the Fashion Law course requirement and should instead take 3 other credits of their choice. A Note Regarding Course Selection for Part Time Students The LLM program strives to ensure that there is a wide range of courses available in the evening in each of our LLM areas of specialization, and to ensure that students will be able to meet their program requirements within their desired time frame for completion. However, it would be impossible to ensure that any specific course will be offered at a time that is convenient to all students. We encourage you to look at the schedules from past semesters, available on the registrar's website, to get a sense of what courses may be offered in the future (noting, of course, that the schedule varies from one semester to the next). [-]

LLM in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law

Fordham University School of Law
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA New York

Students seeking the LLM in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law acquire a sophisticated appreciation of corporate structure, an understanding of the laws relating to capital markets and financial institutions, and genuine insights into the goals and strategies of U.S. executives and business lawyers. [+]

Students seeking the LLM in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law acquire a sophisticated appreciation of corporate structure, an understanding of the laws relating to capital markets and financial institutions, and genuine insights into the goals and strategies of U.S. executives and business lawyers. In this program, students enroll in core courses including Corporations, International Banking Law, Banking Law, or Financial Institutions and choose from a broad array of additional courses in corporate, banking, and finance law and related topics. Through these courses, students explore such areas as bankruptcy, corporate finance, corporate governance, corporate tax, cross-border insolvency, mergers and acquisitions, and securities regulation and enforcement. PROGRAM-SPECIFIC REQUIRED COURSES The 24-credit minimum must include 12 credits of Specialization Distribution Courses approved for the Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law program. The 12-credit Specialization Distribution Course requirement must include the following Core Course: Corporations And at least one of the following Core Distribution Courses: Banking Law International Banking Law Financial Institutions I Financial Institutions II We recommend that students in this program register for Corporations during their first semester of study (or shortly thereafter for part-time students), as Corporations may be a pre-requisite for many other courses of interest. Note that students may not receive credit for both Banking Law and Financial Institutions I, as they cover substantially the same material. Financial Institutions I and Financial Institutions II are independent courses and students may take either or both, in any order. Remaining credits needed to fulfill the 12-credit Specialization Distribution requirement must be chosen from among the wide selection of Specialization Distribution Courses approved for the Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law program ADDITIONAL REQUIRED COURSES For students who do not hold a JD degree from a U.S. law school, the following courses are also required: Introduction to the U.S. Legal System* Legal Writing and Research for LLM Students Introduction to the U.S. Legal Profession At least 6 credits of Content Outline courses Students are required to take Introduction to the U.S. Legal System and Legal Writing and Research for LLM Students during their first semester of study in the LLM program. A Note Regarding Course Selection for Part Time Students The LLM program strives to ensure that there is a wide range of courses available in the evening in each of our LLM areas of specialization, and to ensure that students will be able to meet their program requirements within their desired time frame for completion. However, it would be impossible to ensure that any specific course will be offered at a time that is convenient to all students. We encourage you to look at the schedules from past semesters, available on the registrar's website, to get a sense of what courses may be offered in the future (noting, of course, that the schedule varies from one semester to the next). [-]