DePaul University College of Law > Academics > LLM Programs > LLM in International Law
The DePaul Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law provides an intensive one-year course of full-time study* that emphasizes the theoretical background and practical skills lawyers need to excel in international law practice.There are concentrations in five key areas of global practice:
The DePaul international law program is designed for both experienced attorneys and recent law school graduates from the United States and abroad who wish to:
Additionally, foreign lawyers and graduates will:
* Graduates of ABA-approved U.S. law schools may complete the program on a part-time basis. Program may be completed in one to four years.** Lawyers with a foreign law degree who wish to take a U.S. bar examination after graduating from the DePaul program should familiarize themselves with the eligibility and general requirements of the particular bar exam they wish to take.
With the exception of students admitted to and enrolled in the joint JD/LLM program, credits earned as part of the JD program do not count toward the LLM degree. At the discretion of the program director, students may received credit for courses previously taken during the foreign equivalent of a JD program.
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