The Business Law LL.M. Certificate program allows LL.M. students to prepare for professional practice as legal advisors to businesses, to business-oriented NGOs, and to government entities. Offered in conjunction with the Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy, the curricular program requires students to develop a background in fundamental areas of business law. Students completing the program will have breadth of knowledge, deep expertise and a foundation for professional practice.
Students who meet the following requirements upon graduation may apply for an LL.M. Certificate of Specialization in Business Law toward the end of their second year.
- Completion of the foundational Business Associations course
- Completion of three of the following courses:
- Securities Law
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- International Business Transactions
- Partnerships & LLCs
- Corporate Finance
- Drafting Transactional Documents
- Anticorruption Compliance
- International Business Negotiations
The four classes must total at least 11 units.
Applications must be received no later than June 24, 2017 if you wish to receive the certificate during the summer; however, you can apply for the Professional LL.M. Business Law Certificate at any time during your second summer or after. Application forms are available here.