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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.    

China is seeking to promote the development of first-class universities. China's economy is already the world's second largest and is still growing. Experiencing its culture and understanding its market growth will boost your career.

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LLM in Transnational Arbitration and Dispute Settlement

Sciences Po
Campus Full time 1 year

Paris is home to the International Chamber of Commerce’s Court of International Arbitration, the leading law firms in the field of international arbitration and many of the most reputed arbitration specialists, making it a key venue for international arbitration worldwide. [+]

Master of Laws Degrees in LLM Commercial Law in Shanghai in China. LLM in Transnational Arbitration and Dispute Settlement Why study arbitration in Paris? Paris is home to the International Chamber of Commerce’s Court of International Arbitration, the leading law firms in the field of international arbitration and many of the most reputed arbitration specialists, making it a key venue for international arbitration worldwide. Why study arbitration at Sciences Po Law School? The faculty of Sciences Po Law School is internationally recognised for excellence in arbitration and international law, with leading experts such as Emmanuel Gaillard, Horatia Muir Watt, Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo, and Emmanuelle Tourme-Jouannet, Makane M. Mbengue (University of Geneva) and George A. Bermann (Columbia Law School). Each year, the Sciences Po Law School organises events that bring together the major stakeholders in arbitration. What will you study in this LLM programme? At the core of the programme is the study of international arbitration
. Accordingly, courses and workshops will focus on the law and practice of international commercial, investment and sports arbitration. The programme also covers other mechanisms of international dispute settlement. These include judicial and non-judicial forms of dispute resolution, such as litigation before the International Court of Justice, at the World Trade Organization (Panel and Appellate Body), and human rights litigation (e.g., European or American framework). In addition, the programme will offer insight into litigation in domestic courts, recourse to mediation and online dispute settlement. The “procedural” tools governing dispute settlement procedures will be covered in depth, while “substantial” lectures will address public international law, international contracts law, private international law, energy law, international investment law and the protection of human rights. The combination of these “procedural” and “substantial” insights will prepare students to work in the extraordinary variety of tribunals and courts that exist in the world today. A wide range of teaching and learning methods The programme will be delivered through intensive mandatory courses and elective courses taught in small groups to facilitate intellectual and professional exchanges; and practical workshops in arbitration law firms and at the ICC, conferences, and internships to offer students an immersion experience in the transnational arbitration network. Governance The LLM will be coordinated by Diego P. Fernández Arroyo (Sciences Po professor). "The Sciences Po Law School is launching its long-awaited LLM programme in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement. The LLM brings together several of the most outstanding scholars and practitioners in the field, who will deliver the programme entirely in English in the heart of Paris, between Sciences Po's main campus (Saint Germain district), law firms and the ICC Court of International Arbitration." Academic Advisory Board: Scientific Advisory Board Emmanuel Gaillard, Emeritus Professor at Sciences Po (Chairman) George A. Bermann, Professor at Columbia University Andrea Bjorklund, Professor at McGill University Gary B. Born, President of the SIAC Court of Arbitration Franco Ferrari, Professor at New York University Maurice Kamto, Professor at Yaoundé II University Pierre Mayer, Emeritus Professor at Paris I University Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Horatia Muir Watt, Professor at Sciences Po Alain Pellet, Emeritus Professor at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense Mónica Pinto, Dean and Professor at Buenos Aires University Emmanuel Tourme-Jouannet, Professor at Sciences Po Practitioners Consultative Committee Rodman Bundy & Wesley Pydiamah, Eversheds LLP Carine Dupeyron, Darrois, Villey, Maillot, Brochier Simon Greenberg, Clifford Chance LLP Laurent Gouiffès, Hogan Lovells LLP Maude Lebois, Shearman & Sterling LLP Carole Malinvaud, Gide Loyrette Nouel Fernando Mantilla Serrano, Latham & Watkins LLP Isabelle Michou, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP Charles Nairac, White & Case LLP Tim Portwood, Bredin Prat Eduardo Silva Romero, Dechert LLP Roland Ziadé & Christian Albanesi, Linklaters LLP Faculty The Faculty comprises the members of the two governance bodies joined by other renowned scholars and practitioners from all over the world. Students The LL.M is a one-year programme taught entirely in English. It is designed for candidates with a graduate degree in law and one to two years' professional experience who want to immerse themselves in a challenging university environment, gain further expertise and pursue new horizons in arbitration and international dispute settlement. The LLM is a full-time programme and runs from late August to the end of July. Classes are taught in central Paris at Sciences Po's main campus in the St Germain district. Eligibility and admissions Candidates must hold a law degree (Master 2, JD, LL.B., or the equivalent). professional experience (internships included) is required. Admissions are now open: find out more about the admissions procedure Tuition fees and financial aid Tuition fees for the entire programme are set at €24,000 Contact For more information, please contact Anne-Solenne de Roux [-]

LL.M. (Master of Laws) in Chinese Law

KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 China Shanghai

The LL.M. (Master of Laws) Program in Chinese Law is a graduate law program offered by the KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, one of the oldest [+]

The LL.M. (Master of Laws) Program in Chinese Law is a graduate law program offered by the KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China. The program has a focus on Chinese civil and commercial law and offers foreign law students and legal professionals an excellent opportunity to study Chinese law and legal process and engage in Chinese and comparative law research. The two-year program is similar to the Master of Laws program offered to Chinese students and contains one year school curriculum and one year independent research and thesis writing. All of the LL.M. courses are taught in English and specifically tailored for international students. The courses will be taught not only by our regular faculty but also experts from public and private practice. An academic advisor will be assigned to each student to supervise his/her research and LL.M. thesis writing. We encourage students to write publishable thesis. Our Faculty KoGuan Law School has been ranked among top 10 law schools in the nation. Our faculty is known for their academic excellence as well as commitment to students. Our distinguished faculty and administration have also established strong ties to various governmental departments and agencies, courts, law firms, multinational corporations, and other important institutions in the Shanghai metropolitan area. This guarantees our students a variety of extracurricular offerings on a not-for-credit basis, such as study visits and internship opportunities. The Program will offer you both unique insights in Chinese legal system and exciting practical experience in Shanghai. Our Students The LL.M. Program is interested in attracting intellectually curious and thoughtful students from a variety of legal systems and with various career plans. As an intellectually and culturally diverse program, we welcome students from around the world. The diversity of the participants in the LL.M. program will contribute significantly to the educational experience of all our students at KoGuam Law School. International students may forge lifelong friendships with KoGuan law students, faculty and alumni and be a part of a global network of KoGuan Law graduates. Degree Requirements Students are required to complete a minimum of 30 coursework credits (16 compulsory coursework credits) and write a degree thesis under the supervision of a faculty member. To qualify for the LL.M. degree, students must: 1. Successfully complete at least 30 coursework credits 2. Successfully complete an independent research and write a LL.M. thesis under the supervision of a KoGuan Law faculty member within a year 3. Carry a total of no fewer than 14 coursework credits per semester 4. Spend at least two semesters in residence For the year of independent research and LL.M. thesis writing, students are not required to stay in Shanghai. Curriculum The LL.M. Program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate course work. Currently, at least seven courses are offered for each semester subject to the availability of the teaching staff. Eligibility Requirements To be considered for admission to the LL.M. Program, an applicant must have a bachelor's degree. We particularly look for applicants with the following qualifications: 1. Having earned a first law degree (J.D., LL.B. or the equivalent.); 2. Being enrolled in a law or law-related program; 3. Being qualified to practice law in a jurisdiction outside Mainland China. Admissions Policy Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis beginning in September (the fall semester). The LL.M. Admissions Committee reviews the whole application package carefully and selects qualified applicants who would best benefit from and contribute to the LL.M. Program. The Committee makes decisions on individual applications as quickly as possible. In evaluating applications, the Committee takes into consideration factors including but not limited to the following: 1. Academic work, such as grades, class ranking, scholarly publications; 2. Letters of recommendation; 3. Professional and personal accomplishments; 4. Previous legal experience or careers in law teaching and research, government service, the judiciary, international governmental organizations, NGOs and private practice; 5. Proficiency in the English language. [-]