Forty new students joined Fordham Law’s LL.M. program for the spring 2015 semester. The members of the class represent 22 countries. 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.
The breakdown of the class by LL.M. degree is as follows: 11 in the Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law Program, seven in the Intellectual Property and Information Technology Program, two in the International Dispute Resolution Program, five in the U.S. and Comparative Law Program, three in the International Law and Justice Program, six in the International Business and Trade Law Program, and six in the Corporate Compliance Program.