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@WashULaw Hosts First Summer Immersion for Online Master of Laws (LL.M.) Students

@WashULaw welcomed its online Master of Laws (LL.M.) in U.S. Law students to St. Louis last week to kick off the program’s first summer immersion.

New Cross-University Course Benefit from @WashULaw

@WashULaw is expanding its academic opportunities for its students today with the announcement of a cross-university course enrollment initiative. Students enrolled in @WashULaw’s online Master of Laws (LL.M.) in U.S. …

New Dual LL.M. Degree in Partnership with EGAP, Tecnológico de Monterrey Announced for Fall 2014

Starting in September 2014, Washington University School of Law will offer a new online dual Master of Laws (LL.M.) in partnership with Tecnológico de Monterrey’s prestigious EGAP Graduate School of Government and Public Policy.

Law Firm Profile: Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira

Whether you are looking to expand your legal background or your knowledge on various practices, this profile series will give you a glimpse inside the walls of some of the world’s most reputable law firms. Here is a look at leading law firm Danneman Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema...

Legal English – Admissible Evidence

Amissible evidence is any potentially relevant evidence (e.g., testimony, documents, physical objects, etc.) related to an issue that a judge or jury would review in a legal proceeding.

Major Differences Between the US and UK Legal Systems

Attorneys probably already know legal systems in both the U.K. and the U.S. share the same historical common law roots, and are for that reason quite similar. The purpose of this post, though, is to highlight a few of the key divergences in order to give attorneys a sense...