Executive LLM in Madrid
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, along with IE Law School, offers a program in an executive format that awards a Master of Law (LLM) from Northwestern Law and a Certificate in Business Administration from IE Law. Administered by two of the world’s leading law schools, the program is business-law focused and covers American common law, its application in international practice, and management essentials.
The program is intended to be flexible for participants from all over the world. Students can continue to work as they complete both classroom and online instruction, and are able to choose between two program formats, depending on their work commitments.
In the Traditional Executive Program, participants complete intensive two-week sessions on the Chicago and Madrid campuses in addition to online coursework. The format allows students to earn their degree while taking minimal time away from their other obligations.
Other participants may choose the Residential Option in Chicago, geared towards those who can or wish to take more extended time away from work. Students who choose this option will complete the first semester of work in the Traditional Executive Program, and then spend the Spring semester (January-May) in residence at Northwestern.
|Required Courses (5 credits)|
|BUSCOM 802M||Business Associations|
|BUSCOM 810||Contract Law|
|Additional Courses (8.5 credits)|
Not all courses are offered every year. The law school reserves the right to make changes and substitutions without notice.
|U.S. International Taxation|
6.5 credits will be counted from IE Coursework
|Minimum Credits Required: 20|