Master of Laws (LL.M.)

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles' Master of Laws is designed for foreign law graduates and experienced foreign and American attorneys. The program allows students to follow a specialized course of study in the field of civil litigation and advocacy, criminal justice, cybersecurity and data privacy, entertainment law, intellectual property or international business law or design their own program based on their interests. Students in the LL.M. program have access to Loyola's Career Development Center to ensure they receive real-life practical training through externships and advice to maximize their job search after graduation. In additional to access to the Career Development Center, LL.M. students have the opportunity to participate in Loyola's numerous extracurricular activities, student groups, on and off campus events and networking opportunities with Loyola's 17,000 strong alumni network. Loyola's Master of Laws Program offers scholarships up to $25,000 for top applicants without the hassle of an additional application or the submission of additional documentation.