At Orientation, all LLMs were encouraged to take at least one 1L class. So I took civil procedure. The study of American law is very interesting and witnessing, as a classmate, how differently JDs think than I was accustomed to, was a very good experience for me. Sometimes it was difficult, but the professor was kind and helpful, and I learned a lot. I would really recommend Michigan's LLM program to all lawyers or judges.
– Tatsuya Masudome, LLM '13
Assistant Judge, Fukuoka Family Court, Japan
The Michigan Law LLM program began more than 125 years ago and continues to flourish today. Unique among its peers, our program stands out for many reasons:
"I wanted to study advanced corporate law as well as the basics of the American legal system and the fundamental ideas behind American legal thinking. UMLS is perfect for these goals. This year couldn't have offered richer insights."
—Makoto Saito, '06,
Partner, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu,
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