Case Western Reserve University School of Law Offers Five Different LLM Degrees to Students
The LLM program of Case Western Reserve University School of Law has been named one of the nations best programs when it comes to student experience and academics by the International Jurist.
These days law students can decide to take their career in many directions. This is why Case Western offers five different options to students so everyone can find a focus for their career.
These are the LLM degrees offered by CWRU:
- LLM in U.S. & Global Legal Studies
- LLM in Intellectual Property Law
- LLM in International Business Law
- LLM in International Criminal Law
- Joint LLM in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution
In order to be eligible for these LLMs, you’ll need to have an undergraduate law degree. Some other degrees may qualify as sufficient to enter some of the above-mentioned degrees. For example, having an accredited business degree might make you eligible to enter the International Business Law LLM program.
For international students, it is important to note that they need to provide proof of proficiency in order to legitimize their ability to keep up with the classes which are in English. They accept ELS, TOEFL, and IELTS.
For any additional information about the general admission process and the specific courses included in the individual LLM programs, students should refer to Case Western Reserve University official website. If you can’t find some specific information you should contact their official student support channels.