DePaul College of Law offers four Master of Laws (LLM) degrees:
These programs are designed to provide foreign-trained lawyers and graduates of non-U.S. law schools with an understanding of the U.S. legal system, and to provide U.S. lawyers and law graduates with expanded knowledge and training. You may complete an LLM program through an intensive, one-year course of full-time study or on a part-time basis.
Please note that achieving the LLM degree at DePaul University College of Law does not qualify international lawyers to sit for the bar examination in any state, including New York and California. Lawyers with a foreign law degree who wish to take a U.S. bar examination should apply to our Two-Year JD for International Lawyers.