Willamette University: Transnational Law

InstitutionWillamette University
Department College of Law View department profile
Web http://willamette.edu/law/
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To be eligible to graduate, candidates for the LLM degree must successfully complete a total of 25 hours of credit. In shared classes, LLM students will be graded separately from JD students. Students will be identified by exam number only, but should be aware that when the number of LLM students in a class is small, blind grading may be difficult to maintain. Candidates with a foreign law degree are required to complete Introduction to American Law (Law 150) and Legal Research and Analysis (Law 151). English Methodologies for Lawyers (Law 152) is also a required course for candidates with a foreign law degree; however, those 3 credits do not apply towards the total 25 required credits for the program.


Willamette University
College of Law

Willamette University College of Law  was founded in 1883 as the first law school in the Pacific Northwest. Willamette Law educated many of the first leaders in our region.

Among our distinguished alumni are several federal judges and state Supreme Court justices, U.S. Senators and Representatives, state governors, and heads of Fortune 500 companies.

Located on the West Coast in Oregon’s capital city, Salem, Willamette University College of Law is situated in the epicenter of Oregon state law, government, and business. It emphasizes small class sizes, excellence in teaching, and a high …

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