Dec. 10, 2013
Syracuse University’s LLM in American Law enjoys success
Over the past year the LLM in American Law at Syracuse University’s College of Law has expanded and continued to show increasing success. This American Master of Laws program has played host to law experts from around the world including Argentina, Kenya, Turkey, China and the UK.
Syracuse University’s College of Law is also working alongside other departments at the university so that it can offer other options to the LLM, including a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Andrew S Horsfall, the assistant director of the LLM says, “This is an exciting period of continued growth for the LLM program, and for the College of Law. Co operation with the Maxwell School in promoting the LLM and MPA pathway makes both schools a more competitive option to those students who possess the professional background and interest in pursuing both degrees, but who may have had limited options for doing so in the past.”
This academic year the College of Law added a new required course for its LLM students – the International LLM Skills course. This is a one-credit course that has been developed directly as a result of the needs of international students.
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Content added on 10th December 2013.
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