Sep 15, 2019  
2019-2020 Law School Student Handbook 
    
2019-2020 Law School Student Handbook

Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law, LLM


General LLM (Master of Laws) Requirements:


  1. Successful completion of 24 or more units;
  2. A cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a scale of 4.0
  3. Successful completion of the courses required for the degree program;
  4. Completion of the program requirements within the number of years below:
    1. Environmental Law, 4 years
    2. Intellectual Property Law, 4 years
    3. International Legal Studies, 4 years
    4. Taxation, 5 years
    5. Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate, 5 years
    6. Dual LLM in Taxation and Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate, 5 years
    7. US Legal Studies, 4 years

Note: Program Directors may exercise the right to administratively withdraw any student who withdraws from two (2) or more courses without demonstrating special circumstances.

Required Courses


Students in this program must complete all 14 units of the following courses:

Elective Courses


Students in this program must complete the remaining 10 units from the courses listed on the law school website for this program.

Internship/Externship


LLM in Estate Planning students may enroll in the tax and estate planning internship/externship programs and are allowed to apply up to six units of this type of non-classroom experience to their degree program. Students seeking to exceed this amount must receive the express permission of the LLM in Taxation and Estate Planning Program Director.