The degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) will be granted on the following conditions:
- Prior to the completion of the candidate’s resident study, the candidate must have been admitted to the graduate curriculum in law as a candidate for the degree of Master of Laws or Doctor of the Science of Law.
- The candidate must have completed, under the direction of an advisory committee appointed by the Faculty of the School, a program of resident study including no fewer than 20 units of approved courses or seminars, or an equivalent program in research.
- The candidate must have completed a research project demonstrating a capacity for legal scholarship.