Twenty-six new students joined Fordham Law’s LL.M. program this spring. The members of the incoming class represent 14 countries and speak 12 languages. The new LL.M. students bring a wide range of personal and professional experience to Fordham Law; the group includes students who have worked as attorneys, legal interns, and government employees, a former consultant for Cirque du Soleil, and a 2007 All-American field hockey player.
Women represent 92% of the incoming LL.M. class. The breakdown of the class by LL.M. degree is as follows:
• 11 in the Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law Program
• 5 in the Intellectual Property and Information Technology Program
• 3 in the International Dispute Resolution Program
• 3 in the U.S. and Comparative Law Program
• 2 in the International Law and Justice Program
• 2 in the International Business and Trade Law Program