In 1973, a Belgian attorney became the first foreign-trained lawyer to earn a Master of Laws, or LLM, degree at the University of Georgia School of Law.
The tradition launched then continues today: Even as the our current LLM class of 2017 pursues studies, we work to build next year’s LLM student body. We welcome inquiries and applications for the Class of 2018.
As detailed in our brochure (online in booklet form here; in printable PDF here), Georgia Law LLMs may prepare to sit for a US bar examination, one among many concentrations:
- Preparation for a U.S. Bar Examination
- Business Law and Dispute Settlement
- Family Law and Migration Law
- Transnational, International, and Comparative Law
- Public Institutions and the Law
It’s a vibrant program; see our Exchange of Notes blog posts here.
Members of that class will join an alumni/ae base of more than 450 Georgia Law LLMs, who have ties to 75 countries, on every continent in the world, and 10,000 alums overall. They include judges and law firm partners, leaders in governments and in intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations, heads of corporate legal departments, and university professors.
Click here to join this tradition of excellence in international professional education, or here to apply now.
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