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LL.M. in International Legal Studies

LL.M. in International Legal Studies
  • Golden Gate University (GGU)
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Rachel Van Cleave ,Angela Dalfen
  • Adresse : 536 Mission Street, Suite 3314 San Francisco, CA 94105, California
  • Téléphone : 415-442-6615 415-442-6630
  • Email administratif : lawstudentservices@ggu.edu lawadmit@ggu.edu
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Program

Golden Gate offers a wide array of courses in public and private international law, comparative legal systems, international economic law, international investment law, international organizations, international human rights law, and dispute resolution.

The LLM in International Law program is both academic and practical. At its core, the LLM program provides students with knowledge of the fundamental principles of international law and the current rules that govern their application. The curriculum reaches beyond rules, however, to examine the effects of various cultural practices and national policies on international trade, human rights, and the environment. In addition, courses trace the development of international and regional organizations and treaties that govern multinational issues. Students are exposed to practical applications of negotiating skills and to different methods of international dispute settlement.

The detailed curriculum is available here.

Program

Golden Gate offers a wide array of courses in public and private international law, comparative legal systems, international economic law, international investment law, international organizations, international human rights law, and dispute resolution.

The LLM in International Law program is both academic and practical. At its core, the LLM program provides students with knowledge of the fundamental principles of international law and the current rules that govern their application. The curriculum reaches beyond rules, however, to examine the effects of various cultural practices and national policies on international trade, human rights, and the environment. In addition, courses trace the development of international and regional organizations and treaties that govern multinational issues. Students are exposed to practical applications of negotiating skills and to different methods of international dispute settlement.

The detailed curriculum is available here.