The LL.M. program at Penn State Law prepares students for a diverse range of careers, offering the intimacy of a small-classroom environment with the expert faculty and diverse learning opportunities of a world-class institution.
The LL.M. program requires two semesters of study and a minimum of 24 credit hours of course work. The LL.M. is designed to provide lawyers trained outside of the United States with a high-level understanding of the U.S. legal system that will enhance their legal career.
Foreign-trained LL.M. students are required to take the following courses:
|LLM 900||Introduction to the United States Legal System||2|
|LLM 901||LL.M. Legal Analysis, Writing and Research||2|
|Select a minimum of 20 Elective Credits||20|
The LL.M. program at Penn State Law will prepare you for a diverse range of careers, offering the intimacy of a small-classroom environment with the expert faculty and diverse learning opportunities of a world-class institution.
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