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General LLM with Concentration

  • University of San Diego School of Law
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Jane Powell ,Ashley Nagy-Reed
  • Adresse : 5998 Alcala Park, CA 92110-2492, Surrey
  • Téléphone : (619) 260-4596
  • Email administratif : llminfo@sandiego.edu
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

International applicants to the LLM program must possess the equivalent of a U.S. law degree from an accredited institution outside the United States.

  • Admission to the LLM program is competitive and is based primarily upon previous excellence in law studies and significant professional experience
  • Applicants must have graduated in the upper half of their law school class or must otherwise establish qualifications indicating their ability to complete graduate law work successfully
  • Applicants must establish competency in English through successful completion of the TOEFL exam or the IELTS exam if: [1] the applicant's native language is not English, or [2] the applicant graduated from an international law school

More information here

Application

International applicants to the LLM program must possess the equivalent of a U.S. law degree from an accredited institution outside the United States.

  • Admission to the LLM program is competitive and is based primarily upon previous excellence in law studies and significant professional experience
  • Applicants must have graduated in the upper half of their law school class or must otherwise establish qualifications indicating their ability to complete graduate law work successfully
  • Applicants must establish competency in English through successful completion of the TOEFL exam or the IELTS exam if: [1] the applicant's native language is not English, or [2] the applicant graduated from an international law school

More information here

Key Program Features

This degree is ideal for attorneys seeking in-depth training in an area of law in which they currently practice, as well as for those planning to develop a new area of practice.


  • Available concentrations include: Criminal Law, Environmental and Energy Law, Intellectual Property Law, or Labor and Employment Law
  • Candidates work closely with the Assistant Director to design a program of study that is to their greatest interest and benefit, as well as consistent with available School of Law resources
  • Available courses may be selected from the upper-division School of Law curriculum and are taught by our distinguished full-time and adjunct faculty.

Key Program Features

This degree is ideal for attorneys seeking in-depth training in an area of law in which they currently practice, as well as for those planning to develop a new area of practice.


  • Available concentrations include: Criminal Law, Environmental and Energy Law, Intellectual Property Law, or Labor and Employment Law
  • Candidates work closely with the Assistant Director to design a program of study that isto their greatest interest and benefit, as well as consistent with available School of Law resources
  • Available courses may be selected from the upper-division School of Law curriculum and are taught by our distinguished full-time and adjunct faculty.