Dual LL.M. Degrees


Dual LL.M. in Law and Government and International Legal Studies

LL.M. candidates enrolled in the Program on Law and Government may obtain a second LL.M. degree from the LL.M. in International Legal Studies Program (ILSP) upon completing 16 additional credit hours. This dual LL.M. may be of particular interest to students interested in studying both the international and domestic side of an area of specialization such as environmental law, business law, or human rights and civil rights. Please review the complete degree requirements and contact Bill Churma, Assistant Director of Admissions for ILSP, for complete application information.

Dual LL.M. in Law and Government and Advocacy

LL.M. candidates enrolled in the Program on Law and Government may obtain a second LL.M. degree from the LL.M. in Advocacy upon completing 16 additional credit hours. This dual LL.M. may be of particular interest to students specializing in Criminal Law during the LL.M. in Law and Government. Please review the complete degree requirements and contact Liz Lippy, Assistant Director, Trial Advocacy Program, for complete application information

Students interested in applying to a Dual LL.M. program will apply during the last semester of the LL.M. in Law and Government. The following materials must be submitted to either ILSP or Advocacy before the application deadline.