Dual LL.M. Programs

Dual LL.M. Exchange Programs

WCL has created dual LL.M. exchange programs with the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), Yonsei University College of Law (Korea), and the University of Ottawa (Canada).  These programs allow students from these universities to obtain both an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from WCL and an LL.M. from their home university on an accelerated basis.


Dual LL.M. in International Legal Studies and Law & Government or International Legal Studies and Advocacy

Upon the successful completion the LL.M. in International Legal Studies, students may apply to WCL’s LL.M. in Law & Government or LL.M. in Advocacy.  If admitted, students take an additional 16 credits in the LL.M. in Law & Government or Advocacy to earn their second LL.M. Between the two programs, students may take up to 6 credits in independent studies, externships and internships.  All other credits must be earned in classroom-based classes. 

Students interested in applying to the Dual LL.M. must complete the Transcript Request Form and submit the completed form to the Registrars Office. Download the Transcript Request Form.