At Arizona Law, "I was challenged academically, both inside and outside the lecture hall, making me a better attorney. I was also able to make professional networks with people from different nationalities, religions and ethnicities."
—Lokina Kishoiyian (LLM '20)
Earn your University of Arizona Law LLM online, or study with us in person at our Tucson, Arizona campus.
The LLM is offered both full-time and part-time to online and in-residence students.
Or, get the best of both experiences, with the option to begin your studies online and then spend your final semester in-residence in Tucson (for a slightly higher tuition rate).
The degree requires a minimum of 24 credits, depending upon the student’s chosen area of specialization and prior law study.
Areas of Focus
Choose which LLM path is right for your interests and career goals.
Specialize in one of three areas:
- Introduction to U.S. Law (ideal for students who aspire to take the bar exam)
- Mining Law
- Health Law
Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy (IPLP) LLM
Specialize in federal Indian law, tribal law and policy and Indigenous peoples’ human rights.
International Trade & Business Law (ITBL) LLM
Focus on areas such as international trade law, economic development, and international investment law.
Experience University of Arizona Law’s world class education from wherever you reside.
Through our Global Campus initiative, students living outside the United States can pursue a hybrid online/on-campus experience. We have established partners throughout the world who can provide an in-person experience while you complete your University of Arizona courses online. From full-campus experiences at partner universities to co-working spaces that provide network and collaboration opportunities in a working space with high speed WiFi, you can select what is best for you. Scholarships are available through our global partnerships.
LLM Degree Eligibility
Eligible applicants must possess a first law degree from a foreign law school approved by the government or other accrediting authority in the nation in which it is located or be a JD graduate of an ABA-accredited law school.