Designed for international and domestic law graduates, our LL.M. programs feature a flexible curriculum of specialized law courses and experiential learning opportunities. Students can focus on trial advocacy skills, international business, gender studies, commercial arbitration, environmental law, human rights and humanitarian law, and intellectual property to name just a few of the LL.M. programs and specializations that we offer. 

Innovative and engaging teaching methods include simulation exercises, video conferences, and role play. And, outside the classroom, a rich variety of experiential learning, internships, seminars, and events allow you to interact and network with leading lawyers, policy makers, business leaders, and diplomats.

Since 1980, over 4,000 alumni have graduated from our LL.M. programs and have formed a strong global network of legal practitioners working in law firms, government agencies, courts, commercial enterprises, multinational organizations and universities around the world. 

We invite you to discover what a degree from AUWCL can do for you. Learn more about our programs by browsing areas of study below.

Areas of Study

Advocacy | Environmental Law | Gender and the Law | Health Law & Policy | Human Rights | Immigration Law & Policy | Intellectual Property | International Business Law | International Commercial Arbitration | International Legal Studies | International Trade and Investment | Law & Government | Law, Politics, & Legislation