The Fordham Law LL.M.

The Fordham Law LL.M.

Part-time, Full-time
Business Law , Finance, Banking, IT and communication , Resolution, International Law , U.S. Law , Intellectual property
Toni Jaeger-Fine
Toni Jaeger-Fine
Adress, New York City
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Fordham Law's Seven LL.M. Degrees

The LL.M. program is structured on two interdependent principles: globalization and specialization. In our global society, it is essential for a legal professional to have an international outlook as well as a distinctive area of expertise.

Fordham Law’s seven LL.M. degrees offer the opportunity to specialize in fields that are evolving as the law, economy, technology, and times demand. The breadth of offerings in each program is matched only by the enthusiasm and experience that our professors bring to the classroom.

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.

LL.M. Degree Specializations

Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law

Acquire a sophisticated appreciation of corporate structure, an understanding of the laws relating to capital markets and financial institutions, and genuine insights into the goals and strategies of U.S. executives and business lawyers. >> learn more

Corporate Compliance

Prepare to respond effectively to new and complex regulatory demands and to be trained in the skills that are essential for any compliance professional. >> learn more

Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law

Combine the classic study of intellectual property rights with the rapidly emerging field of information technology law. >> learn more

International Business and Trade Law
Prepare to meet the challenges of an increasingly global economy by gaining the knowledge and training needed to handle complex transnational transactions that define the current legal and business environment. >> learn more

International Dispute Resolution

Explore the various ways that international disputes are resolved, including through traditional litigation as well as alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation. >> learn more

International Law and Justice
Gain an advanced understanding of human rights protection and promotion on international, regional, and domestic levels. >> learn more

U.S. and Comparative Law
Enjoy the flexibility to develop a curriculum in U.S. law topics that suits your particular needs and interests. >> learn more