May 15, 2017
University at Buffalo School of Law launches Cross Border LLM
The School of Law at the University at Buffalo has launched an innovative LLM program in Cross Border Legal Studies. This is the first Master of Laws course of its kind in the United States, and recognises the increasingly global world in which we live as well as the need for skilled attorneys to guide clients through cross-border interactions.
The University at Buffalo is based in the United States just 20 minutes from Canada, a position that gives the students unique exposure to cross-border legal issues both inside and outside the classroom with the US’s largest trading partner. In addition to studying cross border issues, students will also get to choose four other relevant courses, such as international business, tax, corporate, immigration, trade and environment-related topics. International students will also take a legal research and writing class as well as a course to introduce them to the United States legal system.
Students need to have a first degree in law to gain access to the Cross Border LLM program.
Find out more and get an application form here.
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Content added on 15th May 2017.
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