International Law 1

The LLM in International Law program provides U.S. law school graduates with the unique opportunity to study international law in a dynamic border city that is home to the world’s busiest land port entry. Candidates for this degree learn from leading faculty members and prestigious international visitors. Also enriching this academic experience is the opportunity to study with attorneys, judges and government officials from around the world enrolled in our LLM in Comparative Law program.
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Trial Advocacy

Temple Law’s LL.M. in Trial Advocacy is a one-year, 24-credit program designed for the practicing attorney, combining evening distance-learning classes and on-campus performance weekends. All students attend our July “advocacy boot camp” and two weekends each semester on our Philadelphia campus. Students try their final jury trial in April and graduate in May with an LL.M. degree in Trial Advocacy. This year’s program offers a teaching advocacy component that provides a segue for our students to teach in academia.
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International Business Law

The Executive LLM is a 20-credit blended learning program that covers the core topics of international business practice, designed for working practitioners. With a flexible format, including two week residencies in Boston or Budapest, students have up to four years to complete the degree. Online concentrations include Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance, International Energy and Environmental Law, and International Tax.
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