Università Bocconi was established in Milan in 1902, with a generous endowment from Ferdinando Bocconi, a wealthy merchant. Named for his lost son, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi thus became the first Italian institution of higher education to grant a degree in economics. Today, Bocconi is a research university of international standing in business, economics, and law.

The LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology focuses on all key areas of interest for lawyers and legal practitioners dealing with innovation, the Internet and technological development. The program is unique in providing a thorough understanding on international legal issues emerging in the digital age, including intellectual property protection and competition rules. Emphasis is placed on the freedom of contracts, individuals and businesses in digital environments.

Loyola University Chicago, School of Law offers 8 LLM programs. 4 of the programs are open exclusively to attorneys who have received their JD from a U.S. law school. Also, two are available to attorneys who received their degree in any country. The final two are available exclusively to international students who wish to either practice law in the U.S. or expand their knowledge of U.S. law for practice outside of the country.

LLM in Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) - taught

The PROLAW LLM is a practice-oriented degree program for law graduates and lawyers offered at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center in Italy. You'll complete all courses in Italy from September to April and complete your capstone project requirement by June 30 from your home country through online interaction with your project advisor.

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