LL.M. Quick Facts

World Map of Home Countries of LLM Students at The University of Texas School of Law
LL.M. Class of 2022 students are originally from Argentina (1), Bahamas (1), Brazil (1), Canada (1), Chile (1), China (8), Costa Rica (1), Germany (1), Honduras (1), India (3), Mexico (7), Nepal (1), Nigeria (1), Ukraine (1), United Kingdom (1), and the United States (5).
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The University of Texas School of Law offers a single LL.M. degree with six different concentrations. Each degree concentration provides students with the opportunity to complete specified courses in obtaining a certificate of specialization in that concentration. The LL.M. Program is flexible and allows each student to design an individual course of study tailored to their academic and professional interests. Our LL.M. concentrations are:

In addition to English, members of the LL.M. Class of 2022 speak Assamese, Bangla, Chinese, German, Hindi, Nepali, Portuguese, Spanish, Taiwanese, Telugu, Ukrainian, and Yoruba.

Members of this year’s class have received scholarships from highly selective sources including the Fulbright Foreign Student Program, FUNED (Fundación Mexicana para la Educación, la Technologia y la Ciencia, A.C.), MD Anderson Foundation, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, IBA SEERIL (Section of Energy, Environment, Natural Resources & Infrastructure Law).

LL.M. students can become eligible to sit for a state bar examination.