Masters in International Law and Justice

Masters in International Law and Justice

Fordham Law School offers an LL.M. in International Law and Justice, during which lawyers gain an advanced understanding of human rights protection and promotion at the international, regional and domestic levels, from its historical evolution to the forefront of cutting-edge scholarship and debate. The LL.M. Program seeks to enroll international students, particularly from Asia, Africa and Latin America, in the hopes that the Program may contribute to diversity in the student-body and enrich classroom experiences for all Fordham Law School students.

Each year, the Leitner Center awards up to four scholarships to support LL.M. candidates from the global south in the International Law and Justice Program through the Vivian Leitner Global South LL.M. Scholars Program. For more information, visit the Program’s webpage.

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