Cardozo’s Global Leadership in Law & Business for Non-U.S. Lawyers, sponsored by the department of Graduate & International Programs, started its ten-day conference July 10. The agenda for the program, now in its second year, seeks to give international lawyers a comprehensive overview of the U.S. legal system, covering topics such as corporate law, transactional law, ethics, data law, privacy and intellectual property, among others.
Cardozo School of Law's LL.M. program draws students from more than 25 different countries. It provides the freedom to design your own schedule, and offers specializations in Intellectual Property, Dispute Resolution and Advocacy, and Comparative Legal Thought. The General Studies LL.M. allows students to focus on ADR; corporate, commercial, and securities law; IP law; and international and comparative law.