DePaul University College of Law is the only law school to offer both
a JD certificate in Arts and Museum Law, as part of the Intellectual
Property Law program, and an LLM in International Law with a
concentration in International Cultural Heritage Law.
As the first programs of their kind in the United States, these
concentrations provide extensive coursework and unique cross-curricular
offerings, supplemented by specialized externship opportunities, to
students and attorneys interested in art, museum, and cultural heritage
The IP Certificate in Arts & Museum Law offers DePaul JD students
an opportunity to complete specialized coursework in arts and museum
law, with the certificate appearing as a special designation on their JD
transcript upon graduation.
See a full list of the certificate courses and requirements.
As part of the International Law LLM degree program, DePaul's LLM
concentration in international cultural heritage law provides extensive
coursework and unique cross-curricular offerings to attorneys interested
in expanding their training in this field.
to see detailed information regarding LLM requirements. Also, see a full
list of required and elective courses for the international cultural
heritage law concentration.