AMERICAN LEGAL STUDIES LL.M.
The LL.M. is a post-graduate course in law of lawyers who have completed their first law degree in another country. The required 24 hours of coursework for the Barry Law program spans one academic year from August to May, and up to fifteen credits may be transferred into the Barry Law J.D. program, based on a student's performance in the LL.M. program.
This is a residential program. LL.M. students live in Orlando, go to class with students from the United States, study in the library, and experience daily life on and off the campus. Upon graduation from the program, the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law LL.M. graduate will have studied law in English, will know the content of United States law and will form ideas about the daily life and culture of the country based on their personal experience.