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LL.M. Programs

M.B. Adelson, IV talks with Rosnisay Keo on the law school's green after the 2012 graduation ceremony. Adelson, who received his LL.M. in Environmental Law, and Keo, who graduated with her LL.M. in American Law for Foreign Lawyers, were the two LL.M. recipients to participate in this year's ceremony.

The Florida State University College of Law offers two LL.M. programs. Foreign law graduates can pursue an LL.M. in American Law for Foreign Lawyers. The LL.M. allows students to gain in-depth knowledge of United States law. Florida State is please to host lawyers from Nicaragua, Peru, Jamaica, the United Kingdom, Haiti, France, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Cuba during the 2013-2014 academic year. In recent years, Florida State has hosted lawyers from Cameroon, Cambodia, France, Korea, Paraguay, Nigeria, Taiwan, Turkey and Slovakia as candidates for our LL.M. in American Law.

Florida State’s LL.M. in Environmental Law and Policy gives J.D. holders the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of environmental, land use, natural resources and energy law. Students are matched with program faculty members who will mentor them and help design a curriculum that best suits their interests, educational backgrounds and professional needs.

The following links provide information about specific LL.M. programs.