Mitchell Hamline’s LL.M. Degree Program is designed for foreign law graduates who possess a law degree (LL.B. or equivalent) from outside of the United States. The program requires students to complete 24 credits including an introductory course to familiarize them with the American Legal System. Students may complete a master’s thesis. Most students complete the program in one academic year (fall and spring) of study during which they focus on a specialized area of law. Students choose their courses with the support of a faculty advisor. Areas of specialization include, but are not limited to, alternative dispute resolution, intellectual property, international law, business and corporate law, and health law.
Complete information about this program and the application process is available on the LL.M. Degree Program webpage.