Master of Laws
The University of Maine School of Law offers an LL.M. program designed for both U.S. and foreign students and practitioners who have earned a law degree or equivalent qualifications to practice law in their home countries. Through a rigorous program of study, LL.M. candidates learn about many aspects of the U.S. legal system as well as international law.
The curriculum is designed to meet individual participants’ needs and interests. LL.M. candidates are able to choose from advanced courses in specialized areas of law including Information Privacy Law and Intellectual Property Law, as well as others.
Scholarships are available for students recommended by the China Association of Legal English Teaching and Testing (CALETT) or the Fulbright Commission of Iceland, and for students applying from any one of Maine Law’s many international partner universities.