Many of you will be most interested in our varied international and comparative law courses. Popular choices from past years, as well as some new course offerings, would include those listed below.
Basic Notions of Latin American Contracts Workshop
Latin American Law
European Community Law
Introduction to Caribbean Law
Islamic Legal Systems Law
Introduction to U.S. Law (for foreign lawyers)
Comparative Corporate Governance
Comparative Criminal Law
Law of Obligations
International Business and Trade
Doing Business in Latin America
International Business Transactions
International Economic Law
Project Finance in Latin America
International Human Rights
Research Methods in International Foreign and Comparative Law Seminar
Press Freedoms in the Americas (seminar)
Democracy, Constitutions and Human Rights Seminar
International Moot Court
International Criminal Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Transnational Litigation and Arbitration
International Commercial Arbitration Seminar
International Commercial Arbitration Workshop
Asylum and Visa Workshop
Advanced Immigration Seminar
Ocean and Coastal Law
Law of the Sea
Marine Insurance Seminar
Marine Ecology & Law
This listing includes some very innovative courses offered by UM that defy traditional categories:
Cultural Property and Heritage Law
Other considerations: At Miami Law, a "seminar" generally denotes a course for which a major paper is required. If you are concerned about your ability to write significant papers in English, you will probably want to avoid seminars, at least for the fall semester.
Miami Law offers LL.M. Programs in International Law (with specializations in U.S. and Transnational Law for Foreign Attorneys, International Arbitration, International Law and Inter-American Law), Ocean and Coastal Law, Real Property Development, Taxation, and Estate Planning. Depending on your background and interests, you may wish to consider LL.M. level courses in these specialty areas. If you are interested in International Law or Ocean and Coastal Law please click on each program to the left to see program requirements and program descriptions. For Real Property Development, Taxation and Estate Planning, please click on the program of interest to be directed to the appropriate website.
Miami Law does offer several courses in Spanish. These courses are intended for J.D. law students who are trying to improve their knowledge of technical Spanish. We discourage native Spanish speakers from taking these courses.
Also see: Course Description
At the office of International Graduate Law Programs we encourage you to visit us and explore the opportunities available to you at the University of Miami School of Law.
To request a one-to-one meeting with someone from our office please e-mail us at email@example.com.
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For all International Graduate Law Programs, applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year and are reviewed by the Admissions Committee as soon as all required documents are received. Click here for specifics.