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USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Laws (LLM) in Alternative Dispute Resolution


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The Master of Laws (LLM) in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) degree, is designed to prepare high caliber U.S. and foreign law graduates who are interested in the specialized and advanced knowledge in ADR. The program will offer emphasis tracks in arbitration practice and mediation practice. It will reside within the new Judge Judith O. Hollinger Alternative Dispute Resolution Program. The Hollinger ADR Program's mission is to design, develop, and implement a world class educational program in dispute resolution that will rival and ultimately surpass the quality of similar programs offered by other institutions of higher education. The goal is to have USC Gould emerge as a preeminent leader in dispute resolution and ADR education.

Core Curriculum Requirements


Students must complete the following courses to earn the LLM degree in ADR Law.

International Student Core Requirements


Students who have not previously earned a JD degree must also complete the following courses to earn the LLM degree in ADR Law.

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