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.
Comparative law is the study of the similarities and differences among the laws of different countries. The program may include courses in business law, civil law, international economic law, comparative constitutional law and energy law as well as an assisted research project, thesis or dissertation.
The Masters in Comparative Jurisprudence (MCJ) degree in International Business and Trade Law at Mercer University School of Law is a distinctive program designed to give
Masters in Comparative Jurisprudence
The Masters in Comparative Jurisprudence (MCJ) degree in International Business and Trade Law at Mercer University School of Law is a distinctive program designed to give foreign lawyers both academic and practical training.
The program features:
One-year course of study on Mercer’s Atlanta and Macon Campuses (June - May)
Certificate in English Language Training
Academic and practical training with an emphasis on international business and trade law
Option to participate in an Externship in Atlanta with a commercial business, law firm, or government agency
Summer Beginning of June to End of July (6 hours) Introduction to the U.S. Legal System and Culture Introduction to Legal English...