University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law

Business Law , Environmental and Energy Law, General law, Intellectual property, U.S. Law
Tiffany Parnell
(310) 206-3947
385 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA 90095, États-Unis, Los Angeles
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LL.M Student Life

At UCLA Law, LL.M. students are part of a diverse, vibrant and thriving international community, comprised of the best and brightest students from around the globe. Our LL.M. students hail from cultures near and far and represent over 30 different countries each year. Upon completion of the program, our students transition into the next phase of their professional careers having developed strong friendships and connections that will last a lifetime. LL.M. students will also get to know our faculty, who are accessible, open and who create a flourishing collegial environment at the law school. As an LL.M. student, you are in for one of the most intellectually stimulating, memorable, and exciting years of your life, and we look forward to welcoming YOU to the Bruin family.


In a city where location is everything, being in the center of it all has its advantages.


A Location Like No Other


UCLA School of Law is located in the heart of the thriving metropolis of Los Angeles on the spectacular UCLA campus – the largest campus within the UC system and one of the world’s leading research universities. With an interdisciplinary tradition that offers partnerships across the campus and an ethic of service in the community, the UCLA network lifts your education beyond the law school. The only limitation? The depth of your desire to learn.


From Sophisticated Culture to Natural Splendor


As one of the world’s most dynamic cultural centers, Los Angeles offers a rich artistic, social and culinary scene, with access to renowned museums, theaters, restaurants, sporting events and musical performances. At the same time, the region’s extraordinary topography and microclimates allow students to enjoy a wide range of recreational activities, from surfing to skiing, mountain biking to hiking, all year long.