LL.M. in Comparative Law Welcomes 15 Students

Published: October 2nd, 2006

Category: News Briefs

LL.M. in Comparative Law studentsThe LL.M. in Comparative Law Program at the UF College of Law is designed for foreign law school graduate students who hope to gain detailed knowledge and skills in the U.S. law fields.

This program provides diverse curricula and faculty to help these students experience living and studying in a community tailored to each student’s interests.

Every year, there are less than 20 students admitted to this program. The LL.M. in Comparative Law seeks for the very qualified candidates to ensure the highest quality of interactive atmosphere.

This year, 15 students were admitted from different countries, including China, India, Brazil and France. These students join a talented student body of approximately 1,200 full-time J.D. students and about 100 lawyers in the Graduate Tax Program, all with diverse backgrounds, interest and experience. (Their class grades do not impact the grading curve).

The director of LL.M. in Comparative Law, Professor David M. Hudson, puts emphasis on making sure that each student’s needs and interests are addressed individually.

The Levin College of Law is affiliated with international universities and programs in 60 countries around the world. It ensures international emphasis throughout the curriculum and provides various resources.