With one of the most diverse and distinguished advanced law degree programs in the United States, Berkeley Law attracts some of the world’s most talented and promising legal minds every year.
Meet some of our outstanding students and learn about the impactful work they are doing here in Berkeley and around the world.
For most law students, winter break offers a welcome chance to relax. But for 10 Berkeley Law students, it meant a trip to Mexico to provide pro bono help to members of the migrant caravan seeking asylum in the United States.
Our LL.M. degree program, mixing campus and online study, offers a more viable alternate path to an LL.M. for many.
With its highest enrollment ever, Berkeley Law’s surging LL.M. Program attracts lawyers from around the world.
Following the tragic passing of a classmate’s infant son, LL.M. students from the Class of 2016 organized the building of a well in Rojhan, Pakistan, near his family’s roots, that bears the boy’s name and serves about 200 people in an impoverished area.
Despite being at vastly different stages in their careers, father-son LL.M. students Jean-Luc and Marc Fournier will both graduate with the Class of 2018.
For students in the LL.M. professional track program, the two-summer experience spans the globe and lasts a lifetime.
Part-online, part-in-residence, Berkeley Law’s new hybrid LL.M. option is geared toward working professionals who cannot take a full year or two summers away from work and personal commitments.