Courses of Study
All courses are open to LL.M. candidates as well as J.D. candidates. LL.M. candidates may select courses from among the many US and International Law courses offered as part of the Law School's extensive curriculum. Generally, LL.M. students are not required to take core courses or introductory courses if they prefer to take a more advanced level of study. Only a few courses have required prerequisites. Browse the Complete list of courses offered at the Law School. Additional information about courses is included each year in the Student Handbook. LL.M. candidates may also participate in the various legal clinics at the Law School. These include the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic, Tax Clinic, Mediation Clinic, and Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic.