Register to learn about this program on Wednesday, May 25, from Noon - 1 p.m.
- Legal Support Professionals, or others who work closely with lawyers, including Paralegals, Trade professionals, Risk Management professionals – who wish to enhance their understanding of cross-border transactions and disputes.
International Law Graduates looking to increase their understanding of US and international law and their application in cross-border transactions.
- US lawyers looking to expand their practice to include expertise in cross-border transactions and disputes.
The curriculum offers five eight-week-long courses that will cover key foundational topics in US and international business law applied to business transactions and to the resolution of transnational disputes through litigation, mediation, and/or arbitration.
- Certificate credits can only be applied to the first semester of the LLM program, so you must first take the Certificate.
- Under current regulations, an LLM consisting of Certificate credits plus the second semester of LLM work will not enable the graduate to sit for the New York or most other state bar exams. We make no other representations about the use of certificate credits for bar exam purposes as these matters are outside of our control.
- Certificate credits cannot be used towards an advanced-standing status if a student is later admitted to Pitt Law’s JD program.