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[转发]美国康涅狄格大学法学院研究生招生信息

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康涅狄格大学创建于1881年,有“公立常青藤大学”之称。康涅狄格大学下设13 个分院,法学院位于康涅狄格州州府,世界著名的“保险之都”—哈特福德市。 法学院始建于1921年,获得美国律师协会(ABA)的认证。获得法律硕士学位的国际学生可以参加美国的律师资格考试(如纽约州,马萨诸塞州和康涅狄格州等)。法学院校园被公认为美国最美丽的校园之一。目前,法学院拥有以下5个法律硕士(LL.M.)项目以及法律硕士/法律博士(LL.M./SJD)项目:
保险法法学硕士:本项目全美排名第一,是美国以及海外学生学习保险法和金融法首选。保险法中心提供20 多门与保险法律和实务相关的课程。众多国际学生学成归国后,在政府机构,保险公司及律师事务所任职,并成为保险领域的精英。
美国法研究法学硕士:本项目为学生提供众多学术和实践资源。除获得硕士学位外,国际学生还可就以下五个主题选其中之一而获得证书:国际人权,知识产权,税务,金融服务监管,以及能源和环境法。
社会正义及人权法硕士:本项目为学生提供人权法律核心课程,横跨历史,哲学和法律等众多领域。此外,本项目还为学生提供人权和社会正义的实践方法以及进入这个领域所需的专业技能。
能源和环境法法学硕士:在能源和环境问题成为全球焦点的背景下,本项目近年来成长迅速,影响力不断增大。在法学院的强大师资和丰富的学术资源的支持下,本项目为学生提供全球能源需求,气候变化,环境恶化及其影响等领域的法律课程。
知识产权及信息管理法法学硕士:随着人类创造和创新的发展,知识产权法日益成为司法实践中最具活力的领域之一。本项目宗旨是使学生能够充分适应全球商业环境,影响政策决策,以期达到提升个人竞争优势与满足社会对艺术、市场和新技术创新需求之间的平衡。
法律硕士/法律博士:本项目给学生提供硕博连读机会。博士候选人进入康大法学院的硕士项目一年后,合格者可根据所选专业进入博士研究阶段。
UConn 法学院宣传短片:http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/y0DO6LCCXxs/
UConn Law 招生办公室网址:http://www.law.uconn.edu/admissions

The UConn School of Law is one of the leading public law schools in the country. Its campus, listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, is probably the most beautiful of any law school in the United States. Founded in 1921, the Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. It offers a professional education of the highest quality that prepares its graduates for a lifetime of fulfilling service in any career they choose, including the bar, government, business, and education. The school's program emphasizes intellectual discipline and the development of the professional analytic skills required to respond effectively to the challenge of continuing change in the law and in the society it serves.
Master of Law Programs at UConn Law:
LL.M. in Insurance Law: The UConn School of Law Insurance LL.M program is the top destination for graduates who seek serious training in insurance and financial services law. In this program, we have international lawyers and regulators from around the world seeking to gain a comprehensive insurance law expertise. Many return to their home countries to accept leadership positions in government organizations developing the insurance regulations for their countries.
LL.M. in U.S. Legal Studies: For lawyers who obtained their first law degree outside of the U.S., this program offers an individualized curriculum or the ability to specialize in five areas: international human rights, intellectual property, tax, financial services regulation, and energy and environmental law. Again, we have students from all over the world in this program seeking to earn a US degree and potentially also sit for a U.S. Bar exam – typically in NY and/or MA.
LL.M. in Social Justice and Human Rights: A newly developed LL.M. program with core courses that cover the main historical, philosophical and legal questions in the international human rights and U.S. civil rights movements. Tapping into a growing trend in the business, non-profit and public policy world to integrate international and domestic human rights, the program will provide students with a rigorous grounding in the norms and methods of human rights and social justice practice as well as the specialized credentials and skills needed to gain entry to these fields.
LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law: In 2010, UConn Law created the Center for Energy and Environmental Law (CEEL) as part of a program for combined legal education, policy and scholarship. This newly developed LL.M. program focuses on global energy demands, climate change, environmental degradation and the impact on our growing world.
LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Governance: With the growth of human creativity and inventiveness, intellectual property law is emerging as one of the most dynamic fields of legal practice. This program is designed to prepare graduates for the global business environment and policy positions. It encourages the balancing of competing private and public demands for innovation in arts, markets and new technologies.
LL.M. to J.D. Transfer: LL.M. students who obtain good grades may also apply to our J.D. program without having to take the LSAT, and if accepted, can transfer most of their LL.M. credits to their J.D. Program.
Exchange to LL M. Program: If you attended UConn Law as an exchange student, you may be eligible to use credits earned on exchange toward an LL.M. degree.
Application deadline: Nov. 15th for Spring enrollment and June 15th for Fall enrollment
More information is available at http://www.law.uconn.edu/admissions
For further inquiries or information on visiting our campus, please contact llm@uconn.edu