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International Business & Economic Law LL.M.
The LL.M. degree in International Business and Economic Law (IBEL) is a flexible degree program designed for students interested in cross-border business activities and the regulatory regimes, national and international, that apply to them. Students pursuing this degree are free to design their own program of study by selecting from more than 70 courses, with relatively few constraints imposed by fixed course requirements. Students desiring a comprehensive overview may select courses from various disciplines, such as corporate law, securities law, trade law, commercial law, and dispute resolution. Students desiring a more focused approach are free to concentrate their courses in one or more specialty areas. The IBEL degree thus affords students the opportunity to gain exposure to the fundamentals of various U.S. regulatory regimes while remaining free to explore in greater depth the international business that are of particular interest to them.
Please note that all admissions criteria for this LL.M. are contained on the Graduate Admissions page.
For admissions and application information, please contact:
To learn more about the academic program, international students should contact:
Assistant Dean, Office of Graduate Programs
U.S.-educated students should contact:
Program Director, LL.M. in National Security Law