Master of Laws (LL.M.)

Program Tracks

International and Comparative Law

Now accepting applications for Spring and Fall 2014.  » Apply Now

The International and Comparative Law track offers U.S. and foreign law graduates and lawyers opportunities to:

  • Gain practical and theoretical knowledge in selected areas of international and comparative law, with an emphasis in international business and commercial law
  • Learn the skills of legal research, analysis, and communication essential to understanding and applying international law and succeeding as a professional in this area
  • Earn a degree that can help you obtain appointments in commercial law firms, governmental and nongovernmental agencies, as well as academic institutions in the United States and abroad
  • Build an international network of professional contacts

Faculty Advisor:

Frank Emmert
John S. Grimes Professor of Law
Executive Director, Center for International and Comparative Law

See a selection of required and elective courses you can choose from in this track.