The LL.M. program is structured on two interdependent principles: globalization and specialization. In our global society, it is essential for a legal professional to have an international outlook as well as a distinctive area of expertise.
Fordham Law’s eight LL.M. degrees offer the opportunity to specialize in fields that are evolving as the law, economy, technology, and times demand. The breadth of offerings in each program is matched only by the enthusiasm and experience that our professors bring to the classroom.
LL.M. students at Fordham Law are eligible to participate in the International Student Interview Program (ISIP), a job fair in New York City for foreign-trained LLM students attending select U.S. law schools. The job fair attracts over 160 employers from top law firms each year.
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Fordham Law’s LL.M. program is designed to accommodate your busy personal and professional schedule. The Law School offers fall and spring start dates as well as part-time and full-time study options.