Our LL.M. Program for Foreign Trained Lawyers

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Like all Brooklyn Law School students, students in our LL.M. program will enjoy the benefits of learning from excellent faculty, access to a state-of-the-art library, student organizations, and exposure to a wide variety of events and enrichment programs throughout the academic year. In addition, students will study in New York City, a lively global hub of professional, creative, and cultural activity, and one of the most diverse cities in the world.

  • Our outstanding community of faculty scholars includes experts in a range of important areas of U.S. and international law. Many of our faculty also contribute to their fields as practicing lawyers with strong, long-standing ties to some of the most influential financial institutions, corporations, arts and entertainment circles, and media companies in the world.

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  • Advising and support services help LL.M. students navigate the Brooklyn Law School community. Each LL.M. student will be assigned to a faculty advisor who will introduce the student to the Law School, field questions, and be a source of advice when needed. Each student will also be paired with a returning part-time LL.M. student or a third-year J.D. student interested in international law to help the LL.M. students assimilate into the student body.
  • An extraordinary array of programs and events is planned specifically for our LL.M. students. These opportunities include invitations to attend events hosted by the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law of particular relevance to the LL.M. students, a visit to the nearby United States Courthouse in Brooklyn, the opportunity to present scholarly work at an LL.M. workshop, and invitations to a variety of social events. As members of the Brooklyn Law School community, our LL.M. students will also have access to the dozens of symposia, lectures, forums, and panel discussions sponsored by our centers of excellence, fellowship programs, law journals, and student organizations. These programs draw distinguished speakers to the campus to engage in high-level dialogue with faculty and students. LL.M. students will also have the opportunity to act as Special Advisors to one of our four law journals or one of the Moot Court teams.

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  • Our remarkable library, staffed with highly skilled researchers and librarians, houses approximately 580,000 volumes and countless law journals from the U.S. and abroad, as well as multiple databases and e-journals. Our helpful staff have extensive training in library science, and Brooklyn Law School’s policy of open-ended access for students and alumni makes the library a lifelong resource for ongoing learning and research.

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  • The Law School offers an extensive and diverse range of student organizations to explore, including the Business Law Association (BLA), the Intellectual Property Law Association (IPLA), the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA), the Eastern European Law Students Association (EELSA), and the International Law Society (ILS). There are also more than 40 additional organizations devoted to everything from chess to sports law, as well as a range of cultural, international, and religious groups.

    Explore Student Organizations at Brooklyn Law School.

  • LL.M. candidates have access to the Brooklyn Law School Career Center. The Career Center provides training and support, including advice on how to prepare U.S.-style resumes and cover letters, researching tips, and networking skills. LL.M. students will be assigned a personal Career Counselor and will have opportunities to attend all practice area programs and skills workshops.
  • An amazing New York City location offers LL.M. students the benefits of living and learning in one of the most diverse and influential cities in the world. In addition to being a source of nearly endless professional and networking opportunities, New York City has been shaped by centuries of immigration, and is the origin of many important cultural and social movements. New York is also home to the United Nations headquarters, a center of international finance and development, and host to a vibrant array of cultural events, festivals, and celebrations year-round. Whatever students’ interests, inside or outside of the classroom, New York City is an ideal location for academic, professional, and cultural exploration of all kinds.
  • Students and brownstones
  • Facade of Feil Hall
  • Farner's market

View our campus and neighborhood in our Virtual Tour.

Have questions? We have answers.

Julie Sculli
Director of International Programs
250 Joralemon Street, Room 932

P: (718) 780-0626
F: (718) 780-0393
julie.sculli@brooklaw.edu

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