The University of Houston Law Center registered the largest class of foreign-trained LL.M. students in the 31-year history of the advanced degree program. The Class of 2014 comprises 59 students with law degrees from 25 countries. Their first two weeks included a law firm reception, presentation by the dean, court visit, and two-day orientation. The largest group was admitted to the Energy, Environment and Natural Resources LL.M. program. The remainder were divided among the Law Center’s five other LL.M. programs -- Health Law, Intellectual Property & Information Law, International Law, Tax Law, and Foreign Scholars.
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