Fordham Law School offers the LL.M. degree in the fields most important for today’s global lawyer:
- Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law
- Corporate Compliance
- International Business and Trade Law
- International Dispute Resolution
- International Law and Justice
- Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law
- U.S. and Comparative Law
All of our programs feature professors who are as well known for their teaching as they are for their scholarship. Our faculty members are truly devoted to the educational experience, and do so with a personal touch. Our fulltime faculty is supplemented by a cadre of adjunct professors drawn from the most prestigious law firms, companies, and international organizations in the nation.
The Fordham Law curriculum offers a perfect mix of courses devoted to theoretical inquiry as well as practical experience. LL.M. students have the opportunity to enroll in drafting courses, clinics, and externships that offer them hands-on legal experience. LL.M. students may also apply for special staff positions on student-run journals.
Program Flexibility: Study part-time or full-time and begin your studies in the fall (August) or spring semester (January). Stay for one additional semester and receive your LL.M. degree in any of the two disciplines listed above.