Golden Gate University, San Francisco

Master of Laws (LL.M.) - International Business and Finance Laws

Earn a law degree from Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco. Accredited by American Bar Association, California State Bar and Association of American Law Schools and WASC, Golden Gate University is the best place to further your legal education.

Starts on 30 June 2024 – 12 Months Duration


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Golden Gate University, San Francisco

Master of Laws (LL.M.) - International Business and Finance Law

Students who successfully complete the program and coursework are eligible to receive the LLM degree from Golden Gate University’s School of Law.

  • Golden Gate University School of Law is an American law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA), the California State Bar, and Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). GGU Law is a member in good standing of the Association of American Law Schools.

Key Program Highlights


Online format, live and interactive sessions


WASC and WES accredited


12 months


Bachelor Degree in any specialization, English language proficiency


USD 44,640 – You can apply for up to 80% scholarship


1-week on-campus immersion (optional)

Course Overview

This course covers key principles of international law applicable to emerging innovations in a business environment and international commercial arbitration.

This course covers the governance of international business transactions and global investments including international secured finance under select international instruments.

This course covers the challenges in international business posed by digital innovation and the efforts to regulate the digital economy.

This course provides a comparative overview of business associations in emerging markets and economically developing countries, emphasizing civil law systems.

This course covers the emerging challenges the WTO treaty mandates for international trade relations and the WTO dispute settlement system.

This course covers international investment law and the protection of international capital movements against sovereign risk imposed by adverse government action.

This course covers different legal regimes that regulate different intellectual property rights and also covers implications in intellectual property disputes.

The submission of a dissertation between 5,000 to 6,000 words is mandated for the successful completion of the degree.

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