Fordham's New LL.M. Focuses on International DisputesFordham Law School in The New York Law Journal, April 26, 2013
Starting this fall, Master of Laws students at Fordham University School of Law can focus on international dispute resolution through a new LL.M. program.
The program was established to address the increasing use of alternate dispute resolution in public and private international law. Students also will learn how to resolve international disputes through traditional litigation methods.
Fordham Law's five existing LL.M. programs, all geared toward foreign lawyers, cover banking, intellectual property, international law, international business and U.S. and comparative law. Classes for the international dispute resolution program will include arbitration practice, international arbitration, investor-state arbitration, ADR and litigation.