Global Competition Law
Global Competition Law (LLM)
LLM in Global Competition Law: Loyola's Master of Law in Global Competition Law degree provides attorneys with the opportunity to increase their knowledge base of the international community, particularly the one hundred plus newer, smaller, and developing jurisdictions that are seeking to enforce competition and consumer law. This program will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to become effective competition and consumer advocates in their home jurisdictions. To receive the LLM degree, students must complete 20 credit hours of study plus an optional thesis.
Global Competition Law (MJ)
MJ in Global Competition Law: The MJ in Global Competition Law is designed exclusively for professionals who do not wish to practice law or sit for a bar exam but rather, wish to learn the specific laws and regulations that govern competition law. To receive the MJ degree students must complete 20 credit hours of study.
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