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LLM in Vulnerability & the Human Condition

  • Emory University School of Law
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Jessica Dworkin ,Lynn Labuda
  • Contact administratif : Andrea Schmoyer
  • Adresse : 201 Dowman Dr, GA 30322, Atlanta
  • Téléphone : 404.727.2191
  • Email administratif : andrea.c.schmoyer@emory.edu
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Admission

The LLM program is open to students who have already earned a first law degree that allows them to practice law in their home country.


For US graduates, applicants must have earned a JD.


For foreign-educated attorneys, first law degree designations vary by country. For a list of law degrees that meet this requirement, please refer to the Minimum Degree Requirements by Country chart that is located on the LSAC.org website »

More information here

Admission

The LLM program is open to students who have already earned a first law degree that allows them to practice law in their home country.


For US graduates, applicants must have earned a JD.


For foreign-educated attorneys, first law degree designations vary by country. For a list of law degrees that meet this requirement, please refer to the Minimum Degree Requirements by Country chart that is located on the LSAC.org website »

More information here

Foundational Academic Courses and Seminars

Students must complete 9 credits from among the following.


  • Child, Parent & State (3 credits)
  • Child Advocacy: The Law, the Policy and the Players  (2 credits)
  • Disability & Discrimination
  • Education Law and Policy
  • Elder Law (2–3 credits)
  • Environmental Law (3 credits)
  • Family Law (3 credits)
  • Feminist Legal Theory (2–3 credits)
  • Global Public Health Law (3 credits)
  • Health Law (3 credits)
  • Immigration Law (3 credits)
  • International and Comparative Family Law (3 credits)
  • Kids in Conflict with the Law (2 credits)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Law (3 credits)
  • Poverty Law (3 credits)
  • Sexuality and the Law
  • Vulnerability and the Law

Foundational Academic Courses and Seminars

Students must complete 9 credits from among the following.


  • Child, Parent & State (3 credits)
  • Child Advocacy: The Law, the Policy and the Players  (2 credits)
  • Disability & Discrimination
  • Education Law and Policy
  • Elder Law (2–3 credits)
  • Environmental Law (3 credits)
  • Family Law (3 credits)
  • Feminist Legal Theory (2–3 credits)
  • Global Public Health Law (3 credits)
  • Health Law (3 credits)
  • Immigration Law (3 credits)
  • International and Comparative Family Law (3 credits)
  • Kids in Conflict with the Law (2 credits)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Law (3 credits)
  • Poverty Law (3 credits)
  • Sexuality and the Law
  • Vulnerability and the Law