The program may be completed in one year (two semesters) as a full-time student or in two years (four semesters) as a part-time student.
LL.M. LOTUS students have to choose one of two tracks of study:
- U.S. Practice: this course work for students intending to take a U.S. bar examination provides students with the basic principles of U.S. law. It includes Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Professional Responsibility, Property and Torts.
- Elective Concentrations: introduction to the Law of the United States and Legal Analysis, Research and Writing (LARW) are required, and students will usually enroll in many of the same U.S. Practice courses to provide a framework of U.S. law and serve as a basis for elective courses taken in the second semester. Electives can be chosen from any courses offered by the School of Law.
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