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George Mason University: LLM in U.S. Law
|Institution||George Mason University|
|Department||School of Law|
The Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University is a top-tier law school, which boasts the number one location for young attorneys in the US and the number one faculty in terms of scholarly downloads. It offers international lawyers unparalleled education in the U.S. legal system, providing students the opportunity to be fully integrated in law school life. LLM students take courses with Juris Doctor (JD) students and receive the best instruction from our top ranked faculty. Scalia Law’s educational model with lower student to faculty ratio ensures that students receive individualized attention and helps them develop a strong U.S. legal system foundation. Students may choose from a comprehensive list of elective courses, to include those of personal interest or required to sit for a bar examination in the U.S.
|Level||NFQ Level 7|
To earn a U.S. Law LLM, students must complete a total of 26 credit hours of coursework. These hours will include required and elective courses, and a thesis, seminar, or writing course to fulfill the LLM writing requirement. Students may elect to finish all credits and requirements within one year, or for those who wish to take less credits per semester, a reduced course load is available, as well as the option to complete the program part time. With classes offered both during the day and evening, Scalia Law ranks as the 4th best law school in the United States for part time law programs, making the LLM program a great option for busy professionals or for families with young children.
|Location||George Mason University |
4400 University Drive
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