Students in the Wake Forest Law LL.M. degree program are an integral part of the law school community. Our students interact with fellow LL.M. candidates but also join with J.D.s in classes, student organizations and other activities. In addition, they are able to work closely with their faculty advisers who can assist in making curriculum choices to achieve to their specific goals.
With students from over 40 different countries to include, Afghanistan, Brazil, China, Colombia, France, Georgia, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kosovo, Mexico, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Palestine, Panama, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, , Ukraine, United Kingdom, & West Bank, our LL.M. students forge friendships and develop relationships that will span the world.
For more on an LL.M. student’s perspective on what it is like to learn about the common law system in a U.S. law school, please see “Coming to America, not from Zamunda, but from Germany”, published by The Hearsay, Wake Forest Law’s newspaper.