LLM in International Business Law

LLM in International Business Law

Required Credits: 24

Required Courses
Business Associations (4) – Fall or Spring
U.S. Contract Law for LL.M. (3) – Fall
Foreign Graduate Seminar (1, Fall) + (1, Spring)
U.S. Legal Research, Writing and Analysis (2) - Fall
U.S. Scholarly Legal Writing (1) – Spring

Elective Courses: In addition to the required courses above, students pursing the LL.M. in International Business Law must complete 12 credits (for a total of 24 credits) from the list of elective classes below. Students must choose at least one elective from group I; other electives may be from either Group I or Group II.

Electives Group I
International Business Transactions (3) – Fall
International Trade Law & Policy (3) – Fall
Mergers & Acquisitions (3) – Spring

Electives Group II
Antitrust Law (3) - Fall
Business and Law Colloquium (3) - Fall
Commercialization & Intellectual Property Management (3) - Fall
Discrimination in Employment (3) - Fall
Doing Business in the U.S.A. (3) - Fall
Federal Income Tax (4) - Fall
Federal Taxation of Partnerships & Partners (3) - Fall
Franchise Law (1) - Fall
Immigration Law (2) - Fall
International Arbitration (2) - Fall
International Real Estate Transactions (1) - Fall
International Trade Law & Policy (3) - Fall
Secured Transactions (3) - Fall
Torts (4) - Fall

Alternative Dispute Resolution (3) - Spring
Bankruptcy Law (3) - Spring
Corporate Finance (3) - Spring
Corporate Real Estate Transactions (1) - Spring
Employment Law (3) - Spring
Entering the Profession (2) - Spring
ePayment Systems (1) - Spring
Federal Taxation of Corporations & Shareholders (3) - Spring
Financial Markets: Law, Theory, and Practice (2) - Spring
International Tax (3) - Spring
Labor Law (3) - Spring
Professional Responsibility for LLMs (2) - Spring
Property (4) - Spring
Real Estate Transactions and Finance (2) - Spring
Securities Regulation (3) - Spring
Venture Finance & Transactions (2) - Spring
White Collar Crime: Prosecution & Defense (2) - Spring
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