LLM is Latin for Legum Magister, signifying Master of Laws. Our Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in American Law is a one-year graduate program. Foreign law graduates who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree “LL.M. in American Law.”
Law in Litigation
An LLM in Civil Litigation & Advocacy is an ideal choice for students interested in becoming international trial attorneys. Through this specialization, you will benefit f ... +
The “star” of this 2-credit course is Aguinda v. Chevron, a case that commenced in 1993 in New York and continued through the courts of Ecuador, Brazil. Argentina, Canada, The ... +
A successful lawyer—whether a litigator or not—must master skills associated with the trial, negotiation, settlement, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution—including i ... +
The objective of this training is to train lawyers in litigation and arbitration.
The Master of Laws in Advocacy (Advocacy LL.M. Program) at American University Washington College of Law, administered by the law school's Stephen S. Weinstein Trial Advocacy ... +
The 3-credit course “Recognition of Foreign Judgments” in fact involves two distinct procedures, the "recognition" of a foreign judgment and the "enforcement" of that judgment ... +