- LAW 555, American Legal System, Analysis & Writing (3 credits). (This requirement may be waived if the student has already taken an equivalent course as a part of his/her original legal training.)
- Foundations of American Legal Thought (3 credits)
- Students who have not studied law from the Anglo-American common law legal tradition will be required to take either Advanced Torts or Contracts. (2 credits each).
- Students must also satisfy a thesis/writing requirement by taking a seminar course, an independent study, or another course designated by the law school.
- The remainder of the 24 credit hours may be chosen by the student from existing J.D. courses in the law school catalog to reflect the student’s areas of interest and professional goals. Courses will be selected in consultation with the Director of the LL.M. Program, Professor Jim Davids.
On-campus students: the remainder of the 24 credit hours may be selected from existing J.D.courses in the law school catalog in consultation with the director of the LL.M. program, Professor James Davids. Click here for the law school catalog.
Online students: the remainder of the 24 credit hours may be selected from Following electives
(2 credit hours each)
Civil Pretrial Practice
Conflict of Laws
Constitutional Criminal Procedure
|Constitutional Law I
Constitutional Law II
Professional Responsibility (California Bar)