Joint LLM with CEU


Focus on international commercial law and international politics

For the joint LLM with Central European University, students enter Emory Law’s LLM program and participate in a cooperative program with the legal department of Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Students spend the fall semester in residence at Central European University and the spring semester in residence at Emory.  A minimum of 24 credit hours of satisfactory academic work is required. Emphasis is on international commercial law and the student may elect to receive the degree from either institution.

Open to:

  • U.S. graduates with a JD
  • Foreign law graduates

 

Degree Requirements

  1. One semester of residency at CEU and one semester of residency at Emory Law
  2. 24 credit hours

 

Course Work

Students may select courses in International and Comparative Law from Emory Law’s catalog of courses and from CEU’s course offerings.