Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s online programs develop students’ expertise in international law. These programs reflect Thomas Jefferson’s focus on globalization and its effect on both traditional areas of international law practice and emerging fields.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s online degrees are offered through the Walter H. and Dorothy B. Diamond Graduate Law Program in International Tax and Financial Services. The programs’ more than 30 courses are taught by an international faculty, whose scholarly publications and years of practical experience have made them widely recognized leaders in their areas of expertise. The programs have seven concentrations, allowing you to customize the program to meet your needs.
The LL.M. degree is awarded to holders of a J.D., LL.B., and the foreign functional equivalent as determined by the Registrar, who successfully complete the program requirements, including 24 credit hours.
This program is designed for student who are current attorneys. If you are interested in a Law degree but are not an attorney, please see Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s Master of Science in theLaw inInternational Taxation and Financial Services.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law is fully approved by the American Bar Association (ABA), and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).
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