» LL.M. in International and Comparative Law

Note: The LL.M. in International and Comparative Law emphasis is no longer being offered at the Fowler School of Law. All information included below is provided for reference only for current General LL.M. students.

Chapman University Fowler School of Law's LL.M in International and Comparative Law program provides a degree that addresses legal ramifications pertaining to human rights laws, international trade, international relations and a host of other related legal areas. The faculty, also working practitioners, are committed to keeping the curriculum as current as possible in order to address the dynamic and ever-changing international law landscape.

Professors teaching this degree tout extensive international legal experience, continually publish scholarly works, and provide instruction in an array of international law practices, including:

  • Asylum and Refugee Law
  • International Criminal Justice
  • Human Rights
  • Business Immigration
  • Tax and Real Estate

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