CalSouthern’s Master of Laws program (LLM) gives attorneys the opportunity to develop highly specialized knowledge to grow their practices and enhance their legal careers. It’s also a great way for attorneys to distinguish themselves in what is an extremely competitive job market.
To enroll in CalSouthern’s LLM program, you must have a Juris Doctor or a foreign degree that qualifies you to practice law. CalSouthern offers LLM programs in three rapidly growing fields: Commerce and Global Trade, Environmental Policy and Resources, and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
The CalSouthern LLM program is offered 100-percent online with no group work or mandatory log-in times, enabling students to study on their own schedules, without compromising their professional and personal obligations. All faculty mentors in the LLM program are licensed, practicing attorneys, as well as dedicated and responsive educators.
Tailor your program to focus comprehensively on dispute resolution, or specialize in workplace disputes, international trade or court procedures.
The faculty is comprised of dedicated educators who are also experienced lawyers, moderators, arbitrators and conciliators.
Advanced Legal Research Tools
Take advantage of CalSouthern’s dedicated online law library, with legal writing resources and the law’s most popular research databases.
An externship or capstone project allows you to develop specialized expertise in a particular area of interest.
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
Official Transcripts for Your Undergraduate Degree and JD Degree