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Join the LLM program in 2018

Now taking applications for January and August admission. Apply through, or contact for more information.

Master of Laws (LLM) Admission

Emory University School of Law offers a practical, disciplined approach to the study of law that engages students in the roles the law plays in our community, society, and world. Our student-centered focus, innovative programs, and commitment to scholarship prepare graduates to make an immediate and lasting impact.

On-Campus Format

Emory Law’s on-campus course of study can be completed full-time in nine months or part-time in up to four years. Several concentrations are available or the program can be customized to a student’s specific interests through the general study option. The on-campus format is open to individuals holding a foreign law degree and/or a US JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school.

New! Online Format

Emory Law now offers a 15-month, online format in two concentrations—Business Law and Regulation; and Health Care Law, Policy, and Regulation. The program is composed of 8 sequential 7-week asynchronous courses, with 3 three-day short residencies on the Emory Law campus. The online format is open to individuals who have earned a US JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school.

Emory Law is a global institution, and our ability to offer a variety of programs to train legal minds speaks to our commitment to scholarship, inclusivity, and accessibility.

James B. Hughes Jr., Interim Dean

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Why Emory Law?

Emory Law has it all:

♦ Faculty who are experts in their respective areas of law and dynamic teachers in the classroom.

♦ Countless opportunities for hands-on, experiential learning.

♦ Signature programs that build knowledge and skills through a curriculum that both teaches the process and practices the method.

♦ An environment of support and cooperation that encourages challenging the status quo.