George Mason Law School - Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics
Antitrust laws directly impact the globalization of businesses and the complexities of the international economy. Antitrust lawyers must engage with rapidly changing regulations and global issues. The LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics provides students with an advanced understanding of the laws that regulate the process of business competition and the economic analysis relevant to understanding modern antitrust adjudication.
With the growing demand in the U.S. and abroad for antitrust lawyers who can facilitate and manage mergers and acquisitions on national and international levels, determine compliance with economic laws of foreign governments, and support the efforts of law firms and corporations, Scalia Law’s LLM is designed to meet that demand.
The LLM in Global Antitrust Law and Economics program accepts students for both fall and spring starts and is delivered over four terms. Led by subject matter experts and leading antitrust scholars, the LLM is offered completely online to provide a high quality learning experience in a flexible format for today’s busy professionals.
The online LLM follows 30 Best Practices of Distance Education and Quality Matters, ensuring that students actively participate and collaborate with their peers and professors to achieve the highest possible learning outcomes.