LL.M. Programs

UConn School of Law offers LL.M. degrees in five disciplines: energy and environmental law, human rights and social justice, insurance law, intellectual property and information governance, and U.S. legal studies. Students may study full- or part-time and may start in the fall or spring semester. The programs offer reasonable tuition, individual attention in small classes and advanced standing for relevant prior graduate study.



Engage in the global energy and environmental legal and policy realm. Become an expert in this growing field.Read more about the LL.M. in Energy & Environmental Law »

Pursue an individualized course of study in human and civil rights for careers in the non-profit, business and public policy worlds.Read more about the LL.M. in Human Rights & Social Justice »

Learn from the world’s top insurance experts in the oldest and most sophisticated insurance law program in the country.Read more about the LL.M. in Insurance Law on the Insurance Law Center website »

Add new potential to a foreign law degree with a reasonably priced program that can qualify you to sit for the bar in select US jurisdictions.Read more about the LL.M. in US Legal Studies »

Immerse yourself in the dynamic field of intellectual property law, with emphasis on new technologies and creative industries.Read more about the LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Governance »