Entering & Current Students
Graduate Law Curriculum Structures
The Curriculum Structures for each degree program are uniquely designed to provide students with comprehensive, specialized study. The details for each program can be viewed at each of the following links:
- SJD Curriculum Structure
- D LAW Curriculum Structure
- LLM Curriculum Structure
- LLM in Business Law Curriculum Structure
- LLM in Child and Family Law Curriculum Structure
- LLM in Health Law Curriculum Structure (campus-based and online)
- LLM in Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) Curriculum Structure
- LLM in Tax Law Curriculum Structure
- LLM in Trial Advocacy, Appellate Advocacy, and Alternative Dispute Resolution Curriculum Structure
For Non-U.S. Graduates:
- LLM in U.S. Law for Foreign Lawyers Curriculum Structure
- LLM in International Law Curriculum Structure
- MJ Curriculum Structure
The Student Handbooks are specifically designed for each degree program and provides details on academic policies and procedures and many of the available student services and resources. Key provisions of the handbook will be highlighted during the New Student Orientation. Each student is responsible for knowing and understanding the information contained within their respective handbook as well as provisions displayed on the School of Law’s website at www.luc.edu/law.
New Student e-Bulletins
The New Student e-Bulletins provides admitted students with details on the post-admissions process, the new student orientation sessions, course registration, tuition and fees, financial aid, textbooks, health insurance, as well as other essential details for preparing for the start of the upcoming academic year.
Financial Assistance and Resources
The University Financial Assistance Office provides resources and information to graduate law students regarding federal loans and other aid options for tuition costs.
Registration Schedules and Information
The Office of the Registrar provides semester-by-semester course listings and policies for course enrollment during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
- Graduate Law Required and Elective Course Listings (Fall 2012)
The GLS Office offers this document as a planning tool for each graduate law degree program to outline required courses for the Fall Semester and options for elective courses by concentration.
- Graduate Law Required and Elective Course Listings (Spring 2012)
The GLS Office offers this document as a planning tool for each graduate law degree program to outline required courses for the Spring Semester and options for elective courses by concentration.