As one of the nation's top law schools, Fordham University School of Law attracts diverse and highly qualified candidates from around the world and across all disciplines. Fordham Law School's LL.M. program comprises a student body of approximately 200 students from the U.S. and more than 40 countries, representing a unique and diverse collection of skills and experience. A Fordham LL.M. student is likely to have important professional experience, established contacts in key regions, and a strong grasp of cultural and business nuances in global markets.
Members of the LL.M. class hold degrees, both undergraduate and graduate, in areas such as business, management, international relations, and international law from some of the world's most distinguished universities. Moreover, the vast majority of Fordham Law's LL.M. candidates enter our programs with significant professional experience which may include:
- International and local law firms
- Major accounting firms
- Global banks and insurance companies
- Intergovernmental organizations, such as the United Nations
- Courts and justice departments in national and regional governments
- Multinational companies in various sectors