Sample Course Schedules

MLS and LL.M. Course Sequence1

Washington University School of Law Required Courses

CourseCredits
Introduction to U.S. Law & Methods I: The U.S. Legal System3

Washington University School of Law Elective Courses (choose 21 credits)

CourseCredits
Contracts3
Professional Responsibility3
Negotiation3
Civil Procedure3
Business Associations3
Intellectual Property3
Property3
Constitutional Law3
Employment Law3
Corporate Compliance3
Health Law3
International Business Transactions2
Torts1
Trial Advocacy1
Legal Writing and Analysis2
Spring or Fall Immersion Course Electives21
On-Campus Weekend Intensive Course Electives21

1 Course offerings and schedule are subject to change.

2 Immersion/Weekend Intensive Course Electives: There are 1 credit Weekend Intensive courses offered during on-campus Immersions held every spring and fall semester. Additional Weekend Intensive Courses can be taken outside of the scheduled Immersions at a student’s convenience. Schedule and offerings vary by term. Students can take up to three Immersion or Weekend Intensive course electives for credit toward their degree.

Dual LL.M. Course Sequence1

Washington University School of Law Required Courses

CourseCredits
Introduction to U.S. Law & Methods I: The U.S. Legal System3

Washington University School of Law Elective Courses (choose 17 credits)

CourseCredits
Contracts3
Professional Responsibility3
Negotiation3
Civil Procedure3
Legal Writing and Analysis2
Business Associations3
Intellectual Property3
Property3
Constitutional Law3
Employment Law3
Corporate Compliance3
International Business Transactions2
Torts1
Trial Advocacy1
Spring or Fall Immersion Course Electives21
On-Campus Weekend Intensive Course Electives21

Tecnológico de Monterrey Required Courses

CourseCredits
Leadership and Ethics in the Public Service3
International Law of Human Rights3
Regulation of International Trade and Investment3
International Business Transactions3
Transnational Litigation and Arbitration3
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Graduates of the online MLS and LL.M. program are ineligible to transfer to the residential JD program. Completion of the @WashULaw MLS degree program does not provide students with a qualifying credential to sit for a state bar exam in any of the fifty (50) United States of America or in the District of Columbia. The Washington University School of Law makes no warranty, express or implied, that completion of the @WashULaw MLS degree program qualifies a student to sit for a state bar exam in any of the fifty (50) United States of America or in the District of Columbia.

Tecnológico de Monterrey is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award a master’s degree in Transnational Legal Practice from the School of Government and Public Transformation. Washington University School of Law is not accredited by SACS Commission on Colleges and the accreditation of Tecnológico de Monterrey does not extend to or include Washington University School of Law or its students. Further, although Tecnológico de Monterrey agrees to accept certain course work from Washington University School of Law to be applied toward an award from Tecnológico de Monterrey, that course work may not be accepted by other colleges or universities in transfer, even if it appears on a transcript from Tecnológico de Monterrey. The decision to accept course work in transfer from any institution is made by the institution considering the acceptance of credits or course work. Graduates of the online dual-degree program are ineligible to transfer to the residential JD program.