Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Pacific McGeorge School of Law: Apply by May 15

At Pacific McGeorge School of Law you will find graduate law programs with the leading-edge curriculum and practical experience you want with a great deal of personalized attention.
Our students come from diverse backgrounds and from many different law schools all over the world. You will join a welcoming community of foreign law students studying on the beautiful Pacific McGeorge campus in Sacramento, California.
At our school, you will receive special assistance with course selection, class success, and adjusting to student life in the United States. Our LL.M. students enjoy small class sizes and the camaraderie of many international and J.D. students, as well as the intimacy of a small program and a close relationship with the school's faculty.
And after you graduate, your network will expand when you join the broad base of alumni who work in law firms, non-governmental organizations and governments in more than 40 countries.
Apply today at Pacific McGeorge for the next step in your legal career! Classes start August 2013.

Friday, January 11, 2013

UC Davis

June 17 – June 28, 2013
International Business and Intellectual Property in the Information Age:
Dispute Resolution and Substantive Rights
UC Davis International Law Programs are very excited to announce the 2013 law seminar in Cologne Germany . Join attorneys from around the globe for this intensive, two-week seminar that will provide new perspectives and tools for working with intellectual property and international commerce. Topics will include (but are not limited to):
  • Industrial Property: Trade Secrets, Patents and Trademarks
  • Rationales for Intellectual Property Protection
  • Recent Challenges to Intellectual Property Protection
  • Expansion of Intellectual Property Protection to the Developing World
  • International Transactions: Relevant Legal Sources
  • International Sales Contracts
  • Arbitration and Other Means of Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Disputes
  • Issues in E-Commerce, Jurisdiction, Privacy and Intermediary Liability
Leading scholars in intellectual property law, international commerce and dispute resolution from the faculties of law at the University of California, Davis and the University of Cologne will present lectures, case studies and simulations from comparative U.S. and European perspectives. Faculty this year includes:
  • Professor Dr. Norbert Horn, Professor of Law and Director (emeritus) Banking Law Institute, University of Cologne; Director, Arbitration and Documentation Center, Cologne, Germany
  • Professor Madhavi Sunder, Professor of Law, Intellectual Property, University of California, Davis, U.S.A.
  • Professor Anupam Chander, Professor of Law, Intellectual Property and E-commerce, University of California, Davis , U.S.A.
  • RA Dr. Stefan Kröll, LL.M. Attorney at Law, Cologne; Visiting Professor, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany
  • Professor Dr. Friedrich Graf von Westphalen, Attorney at Law; Cologne, Germany; Honorary Professor, University of Bielefeld, Member of the Board, German Lawyers Association
Credit earned in this program can be applied to the International Commercial Law LL.M. program and/or may be used for continuing legal education.
To learn more about the program or to enroll online visit our website. If you need further information or assistance, please contact us at or by phone at + 1 (530)757-8569.


Florida Coast Application Deadline

March 4 is the application deadline for Florida Coastal. An excellent and economical online LLM program.
Click here for more information.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

University of Texas Application Deadline for LLM Program

The University of Texas School of Law, ranked 16 in the United States, offers an an internationally-recognized Master of Law (LL.M.) degree. The LL.M. program is flexible and allows each student to design an individual course of study tailored to his or her academic and professional interests. The Law School offers a single LL.M. degree, with five different concentrations:

U.S. Law for Foreign Lawyers Business Law,
Global Energy,International Arbitration & Environmental Law
Intellectual Property Law
Latin American & International Law

February 1 is the application deadline for the LL.M. degree program. Late applications are accepted on a space available basis.

Contact Mary Mikeska, LL.M. Program Coordinator for more information: