An LL.M. is the first step towards academics in many countries. It presents many opportunity to specialize in a particular field or to undertake thorough research. It can also prove beneficial in obtaining a doctoral level degree in law.
An LLM allows you to legally arbitrage tussles in any field of career specialization. A Master of Law gives wealth of knowledge, most people who graduate from this degree can specialize in any field of legal defense.
George Mason University - Antonin Scalia Law School
Antitrust laws directly impact the globalization of businesses and the complexities of the international economy. Antitrust lawyers must engage with rapidly changing regu
Antitrust laws directly impact the globalization of businesses and the complexities of the international economy. Antitrust lawyers must engage with rapidly changing regulations and global issues. The LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics provides students with an advanced understanding of the laws that regulate the process of business competition and the economic analysis relevant to understanding modern antitrust adjudication.
With the growing demand in the U.S. and abroad for antitrust lawyers who can facilitate and manage mergers and acquisitions on national and international levels, determine compliance with economic laws of foreign governments, and support the efforts of law firms and corporations, Scalia Law’s LLM is designed to meet that demand....
Our innovative LL.M. program is designed for foreign-educated students and attorneys who want to compete in an increasingly globalized legal world. We have been welcoming
William & Mary Law School Master of Laws (LL.M.) Degree
2-Semester, 24-credit hours or,
3-Semester, 34 credit hours, including a specialization in a chosen legal field
Scholarships: All admitted students will be considered for merit-based scholarships at the time of application.
Classes: LL.M. students create their own program of study and take classes with their J.D. student colleagues.
Start Date: Spring or Fall
Eligibility: To qualify, students must demonstrate that they:
have completed the necessary legal education required to obtain an LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws), LL.M. (Master of Laws), or J.M. (Juris Master) in a foreign country or to take the equivalent of the bar examination in that country; or
are qualified to practice law in a foreign country; or
are determined to possess sufficient legal education or experience to satisfactorily complete the LL.M. program.