Monday, June 23, 2008
Beginning in January 2009, DePaul University College of Law will launch its new Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Law program. With concentrations in three key areas of global practice, including International Aviation Law & Policy, the DePaul international law program is designed for both experienced attorneys and recent law school graduates from United States and abroad.
The International Aviation Law & Policy concentration requires the completion of three core courses totaling nine credit hours, three core aviation courses totaling nine more credit hours, and six additional credit hours drawn from the College's international law electives.
- International Business Transactions
- International Trade Law
- Public International Law
Core Aviation Courses
- Public International Aviation Law
- Private International Aviation Law
- International Aviation Law & Policy Seminar
Potential Elective Courses (Availability Subject to Change Year to Year)
- Comparative Law
- Externship: International Aviation Law
- International Antitrust & Competition Law
- International Commercial Dispute Resolution
- International Environmental Law
- Law of the European Union
- U.S. Customs Law & International Trade
Those interested in acquiring a brochure containing further details about the LL.M. program or wishing to have more specific questions answered are encouraged to contact the International Aviation Law Institute's FedEx/United Airlines Resident Research Fellow, Gabriel Sanchez, either by e-mail or telephone at 312-362-7315.