LLM in Business Law (Campus)
Campus Based Study
As a leader in legal education, Loyola's law school helps law students and practicing attorneys grow and succeed by offering training and education in contemporary business issues. In addition to our exceptional faculty, we invite legal thought leaders, jurists and business professionals to teach classes so our students can have opportunities to learn the practical, transactional aspects of the business world.
This program offers a comprehensive study of the law as it relates to business organizations and planning, international trade, corporate counseling and transactions, and business finance and technology.
Graduates of the LL.M. in Business Law program will be able to:
- Describe the various laws and regulations that impact the highly regulated business world across a variety of industries.
- Analyze ways in which governmental, institutional and professional policies directly and indirectly influence various business sectors and can give rise to ethical or compliance violations.
- Integrate laws and regulations to operational policies and procedures to yield best practice and affirm ethical business conduct.
- Anticipate clients’ needs and assist students in developing tools and procedures for engaging clients across a variety of heavily regulated business sectors.
- Demonstrate ability to draft and negotiate transactional documents for clients across industries.
- Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate in a professional and credible manner.
- Demonstrate mastery of the skills necessary to serve as a compliance professional across a number of industries.
- Advocate for the changes necessary to advance social justice and equity across a variety of industries.