Qualification for an LLM degree at Wake Forest requires a student to successfully complete two semesters of study in residence, during which time the student must earn 24 semester hours of coursework. The selection of courses is largely up to the student. At least one of an LLM student’s courses must be part of the Law school’s first-year curriculum
LLM students attend classes with American students and are subject to the same grading procedures. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required to complete the degree.More…
Upon enrollment, you will consult with your faculty advisor to select these and other courses that meet your plans and interests. You may want to browse our JD courses for more information. LLM candidates may, with permission, also take courses from an approved list of graduate courses in the University, including the Babcock Graduate School of Management.
We require only the following courses:
- Intro to American Law
- Legal Research and Writing for International Lawyers
- Thesis or Seminar Writing Option
- Scholarly Writing (for students writing a thesis-syllabus is subject to change).