Part time Master of Laws in Banking Law in North America

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Banking Law

LLM or Master of Laws provides an introduction to new areas of interest to them as well as the opportunity to further specialize in their current areas of practice and is usually restricted to those who achieved honor status in their previous legal studies.

This specialized degree program is meant to prepare lawyers for banks. LLM in Banking Law program is one year program. However, part time studies may take up to two years or more. So all those who want to make a career in banking law must opt for this program.

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Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law

Boston University School of Law
Campus Part time 2 - 8 semesters January 2018 USA Boston

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Top Part time Law Degrees in Banking Law in North America. The Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law is the oldest LLM program of its kind in the United States. Since its inception in 1984, it has trained more than 2,000 lawyers for leadership positions in both domestic and foreign banking and financial services industries. Our graduates span the globe and hold influential positions in government, law firms, corporations, financial institutions of all types, and multilateral and non-governmental organizations.   The program has its roots in BU's Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law (now the Center for Finance, Law & Policy), which was founded in 1978 as the first institution in an American university devoted to the study of banking law. The program's mission, however, has never been more relevant than today. With the recent upheavals in financial markets, the legal and regulatory structure of the financial system has been redesigned and rebuilt. The future will offer opportunities in abundance for financial services lawyers who are familiar with the fundamentals of the industry and the regulatory and supervisory environment in which it operates.   The Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law is challenging and is designed specifically for students who wish to obtain a graduate-level legal education in the field of financial services law. Ideal candidates are financial services lawyers who bring their expertise to the classroom and who want to improve their skills in today's rapidly changing world of financial services law. The program, which may be completed... [-]

LLM in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law

Fordham University School of Law
Campus 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... [-]

LL.M. in U.S. Legal Studies

UConn School of Law
Campus Part time 2 - 3 semesters September 2017 USA Hartford

Individualized attention, integration with US law students, an extensive and flexible program of study, reasonable costs, and an outstanding faculty and location: these are just a few aspects of the LL.M. Program in U.S. Legal Studies that foreign law graduates can expect from the UConn Law. [+]

Top Part time Law Degrees in Banking Law in North America. Individualized attention, integration with US law students, an extensive and flexible program of study, reasonable costs, and an outstanding faculty and location: these are just a few aspects of the LL.M. Program in U.S. Legal Studies that foreign law graduates can expect from the UConn Law. The U.S. Legal Studies LL.M. Program at UConn Law accepts only a small number of highly qualified foreign law graduates each year—normally a class of between (20) and (30) students. This ensures that all admitted candidates receive individualized attention from both the faculty and staff throughout their stay. Virtually all classes are taken with J.D. students and the Law School offers among the best student-faculty ratios of any law school in the United States (11:1) as well as a dedicated staff focusing specifically on the needs of international students. Choosing from the approximately 150 courses offered annually, international students can design their own program of study or, if they wish, obtain a certificate of specialization in Energy and Environmental Regulation, International Human Rights, Intellectual Property, Financial Services Regulation, or Tax Law. Our faculty includes recognized experts in all these fields, but perhaps more importantly, many of them also have significant experience teaching at law schools throughout the world, which further demonstrates the Law School’s commitment to the international law student. Flexibility and reasonable costs are hallmarks of our LL.M. program. The course of study may be pursued over two or, with permission, three... [-]

LL.M. in Insurance Law

UConn School of Law
Campus or Online Part time September 2017 USA Hartford

Our Insurance Law LL.M. program is the top destination for lawyers and students from the U.S. and around the world who seek serious graduate training in insurance and financial services law. [+]

Our Insurance Law LL.M. program is the top destination for lawyers and students from the U.S. and around the world who seek serious graduate training in insurance and financial services law. Thanks to our location in historic Hartford, Connecticut -- the famed INSURANCE CAPITAL and headquarters to some of the largest global insurance companies -- our students study with the most sophisticated insurance law experts in the country. New York City and Boston are just two hours away and Fairfield County, Connecticut, the hedge fund capital of the U.S., is even closer. Who is Eligible Applicants to our Insurance Law LL.M. program should have: (1) a J.D. from an accredited U.S. law school, or (2) a law degree from a faculty outside the United States. We will also consider applications from individuals holding an advanced degree in a related field. International applicants must also meet the English proficiency requirements described further down on this page. Lawyers with J.D. degrees from accredited U.S. law schools who are not within commuting distance of Hartford, Connecticut, may also apply to the LL.M. program as distance learners, which allows them to enroll and complete the program without having to travel to the Law School for courses. International students are not eligible to participate as distance learning students and must attend classes on campus. Expenses Our LL.M. students pay program fees based on the number of credit hours they take each semester. You need 24 credit hours to complete the LL.M. degree. For the 2015-16... [-]