The Law Division of the American University of Central Asia is proud to offer a two year LL.M. program, beginning in the Fall of 2016. The LL.M. program offers the highest quality of teaching in small seminar settings provided by leading American, European and Central Asian professors.
The LL.M. degree is becoming more important in the modern legal environment. Ideal candidates for the LL.M. program are lawyers and specialists from related fields who wish to distinguish themselves amongst their peers in their professional communities. The AUCA LL.M. program will be conducted entirely in English. In the global economy, professionals with international legal experience and foreign language fluency have very marketable skills that many employers desire. Additionally, an LL.M. degree is a prerequisite for those who wish to pursue higher legal education, such as a Ph.D. or S.J.D.
The AUCA LL.M. program is designed to be accessible to domestic and foreign mid-career professionals with limited free time. In order to accomplish this, the program will be taught in an intense modular format. Students are encouraged to work in their respective professions while completing the LL.M. program.
The curriculum of the program is designed to enable students to focus on the area of International Comparative Law in a way that is flexible in terms of specializing in either business-oriented or public-oriented directions. The program will invite American, European and Central Asian law professors to deliver lectures and seminars. All of the courses will have a small number of students so students can work very closely with the faculty. The LL.M. program at AUCA will be completed over a total of four semesters. The final semester will be used by students to complete their internship and thesis requirements.
Apply now online or visit the AUCA Admissions Office in Room G20 of the new AUCA campus.