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Master of Comparative Law (MCL) Program

Master of Comparative Law (MCL) Program

The Masters in Comparative Law is a cooperative degree offered in partnership with a foreign law school. Students study for one semester at their home institution and spend their second and third semesters at Emory Law. Applicants must apply through their home institutions. Particular program requirements and conditions may vary based on the individual agreements between schools.

Program Details

The MCL program requires students to complete the following:

  • Introduction to the American Legal System (two credits)
  • American Legal Writing, Analysis and Research (two credits)
  • U.S. Courts and Oral Advocacy (two credits)
  • Capstone: Comparative Law (three credit)

For further details and program requirements, please see the Emory Law Student Handbook.


Anthony Spatola

Director of Graduate Program Admissions

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