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Each year, there are over 100 students from 40 countries who arrive on our Lincoln Center campus to pursue their LL.M. degrees in one of the five concentrations that Fordham Law offers: Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law; Corporate Complaince; Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law; International Business and Trade Law; International Dispute Resolution; International Law and Justice; and, U.S. & Comparative Law.

Members of the LL.M. class hold degrees, both undergraduate and graduate, in business, management, international relations, or international law, from some of the world’s most distinguished universities.  Moreover, the vast majority of Fordham Law’s LL.M. candidates enter our programs with professional experience which includes:

  • International and local law firms
  • Major accounting firms
  • Global banks and insurance companies
  • Intergovernmental organizations, such as the United Nations
  • Courts and departments of justice, in national and regional governments
  • Multinational companies, in various sectors

To learn more information about this year's class, please contact the Graduate Professional Development Program.