LL.M. in Law and Sexuality
About the LL.M. in Law and Sexuality
The LL.M. specialization in Law and Sexuality builds on the role of UCLA School of Law as a leader in the field of sexual orientation and gender identity law and scholarship. The goal of the specialization is to expand the quality and extent of legal knowledge and public discourse on issues related to sexuality and law.
LL.M. students in Law and Sexuality will have the opportunity to take classes offered by faculty and scholars associated with the Williams Institute, to be mentored by them, and to participate in a range of Williams Institute activities, including the speaker series and annual conference, moot court competition, and the Dukeminier Awards journal.
Staff from the Williams Institute will work with LL.M. students to secure internships in the Los Angeles area and to establish connections between LL.M. students and international experts and organizations working in their geographic or topic area.
The LL.M. specialization in Law and Sexuality will include coursework on comparative and/or international law courses focused on sexuality issues. This includes a course on Law and Sexuality and a Sexual Orientation Workshop seminar taught every year by Williams Institute Law Teaching Fellows.
The LL.M. program is open to both U.S. and foreign-trained lawyers who have a J.D. or equivalent first law degree from another legal system. Applicants whose native language is not English must submit a TOEFL score.
To learn more about the application procedures and requirements, program dates and deadlines, and more, please visit the LL.M. Program website.
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