LL.M. Bridge Program Course Descriptions
Prepare for an LL.M. by attending Widener Law. The curriculum is available for foreign students and American residents who receive their legal training abroad.
- The LL.M. Bridge Program enhances legal English and law school skills
- Allows completion of the 24-credit LL.M. Bridge Program over two semesters through assessment-based learning.
- Upon successful completion students are transitioned into one of Widener Law’s LL.M. Programs.
- Students may be accepted into the Bridge Program with a TOEFL of 46-59.
- Successful completion of the Bridge Program will allow students to be accepted into the LL.M. program.
- Students must obtain an overall cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 in the Bridge Program for integration into the LL.M. Program.
- All courses in the Bridge Program will have assessment-based learning integrated throughout the coursework.
- Students will collaborate with faculty in an enriched environment for a successful transition into one of Widener Law’s LL.M. Programs.
- LBR 120 Introduction to American Law (3 credits)
- LBR 130 Introduction to the American Legal System (3 credits)
- LBR 110 Legal Writing and Research I (3 credits)
- LBR 111 Introduction to Legal Analysis (3 credits)
- LBR 210 Legal Writing & Research II (3 credits)
- LBR 211 Persuasive Legal Writing (3 credits)
- LBR 220 Introduction to United States Corporate Law (3 credits)
- LBR 230 Introduction to U.S. Constitutional Law (3 credits)
- Seated Master of Laws in Corporate Law & Finance
- Seated General Master of Laws with concentrations in:
- Criminal Law
- Environmental Law
- American Legal Studies
- Global Compliance Law