Earn a Master's Degree LLM Studying
in San Diego, California, America's Finest City
- American Legal Studies LLM with specialization in
- Intellectual Property
- Sports & Entertainment Law
- General American Law
- Practice skills oriented classes
- May satisfy LLM degree requirement for California bar exam
- Expert bar preparation
- Work directly with your own faculty advisor to plan your program of study
- Enjoy beautiful San Diego
"This experience was the best one I ever had! Being able to learn about the American legal system while being surrounded by Americans from different states and learning the differences and similarities between them was very interesting. The faculty, the professors, and the many resources available made this experience even more enjoyable by showing that they are always here to help you anytime you need. I would definitely encourage anyone who is hesitating to take the plunge and use this amazing opportunity to travel, meet new people, and learn about another legal system."
“I had a great experience being an LLM student at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Highly qualified professors, contemporary, well-equipped classrooms, great library - all the resources were there for me. The most valuable part, however, was that I had an opportunity to study with American students, rather than taking special classes for foreigners. That experience accelerated my study progress and helped me to prepare for real life and real work, to build confidence and subsequently to get my job.”
“Immersing myself in the LLM program has been the most challenging experience of my life, and my first time to USA. It truly was a great opportunity to develop my skills and knowledge through the teaching of such great professors. The professors of Thomas Jefferson School of Law are committed to their students and their success. Also, I had the chance to study alongside an incredibly diverse student body that comes from very different backgrounds. The most valuable of this experience was acquiring a practical understanding of the American legal system and learning a great amount of English legal vocabulary."