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.
Concentrations are available in five key areas of global practice:
The 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.
** 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.Degree Requirements >
For questions about an LLM in International Law concentration, please contact the program director:
Please see LLM Admissions for more information about the admission and application process.