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Course Description

The Wake Forest Law LL.M. degree program is designed primarily for international lawyers and students who hold a first degree in law from their home countries and desire to enhance their legal careers by studying the laws of the United States.

Program features
A one year, full time course of study starting in the fall semester. Students may elect to extend their course of study for longer than a year with approval.

A course of study that encourages students to pursue their individual interests through research and coursework.

A supportive mentoring program that includes both J.D.'s and the talents of Wake's dedicated faculty. Wake Forest Law has offered strong international programs for over a decade and many faculty members are experts in international legal issues.

The LL.M. program at Wake Forest University School of Law has a long-standing tradition for preparing its graduates for significant leadership roles. Its alumni include prominent private attorneys, judges, government officials, in-house attorneys, general counsels, and S.J.D. candidates. Graduates typically return to their home countries to resume or advance their legal careers in corporate law, public policy, litigation, public service, investment banking, and a wide range of other specialties related to international law.

Entry Requirements

Hold a first degree in law from an accredited law school in their home country. Provide a TOEFL score of 600 on the paper-based test or 100 on the internet-based test. We will consider granting an exemption from the TOEFL requirement if you are from an English-speaking country, earned your law degree in an English-speaking country, or received a prior academic degree in the United States.

Course Fees


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