The Law School's package of courses in American Litigation and Advocacy should be of particular interest to foreign law graduates who want comprehensive exposure to American approaches to litigation theory and techniques in a variety of lecture, simulation and practice settings.
Applicants for this LL.M. program must hold a degree in law from an accredited foreign law school. Candidates with undergraduate law degrees from foreign institutions are required to take a one week course in the U.S. legal system prior to the start of fall classes. There is no additional cost for this course.
Recipient: Hofstra University
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