LLM in International Business & Trade Law

General

Program Description

LLM in International Business & Trade Law

Position yourself for a successful international legal career with our LLM in International Business and Trade Law. Optimized to provide degree candidates with a solid foundation in the rules, regulations, and legal approaches underlying international business and trade law, our LLM program offers enhanced marketability by building on Chicago's legal, business, and trade resources.

Our curriculum combines coursework, skills training, and research developed to meet the needs of a changing world and marketplace. Courses are taught by leading international and trade law practitioners and U.S. academics who have international practices and who know the cutting-edge issues involved in a trade, investment, and regulation.

The LLM in International Business and Trade Law offers concentration certificates in two areas:

  • International Corporate and Finance Law
  • International Trade Law



Requirements

LLM in International Business and Trade Law candidates must complete 24 credit hours in order to earn their degree. In addition to required courses, candidates will select elective courses to fulfill their degree requirements. Degree candidates must graduate within five years with a 2.5 GPA or higher.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IllinoisThe John Marshall Law School is a law school in Chicago, Illinois, that was founded in 1899 and accredited by the American Bar Association in 1951. The s ... Read More

The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IllinoisThe John Marshall Law School is a law school in Chicago, Illinois, that was founded in 1899 and accredited by the American Bar Association in 1951. The school was named for the influential nineteenth century U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall.The John Marshall Law School offers JD, MS and LLM programs for both part-time and full-time students, with both day and night classes available, and offers January enrollment — choices most law schools no longer offer. Read less