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LL.M Program at Harvard Law School

Starting with the 2013-14 Academic year, the Law School will be replacing its International Finance concentration with a more flexible approach to curricular offerings in the field.  All of the elements of the International Finance concentration will remain in the HLS curriculum, including Regulation of Financial Institutions, Securities Regulation, International Finance and Capital Markets Regulation (see links below).  This revised approach will give LL.Ms more flexibility in selecting HLS courses and in complying with new requirements of the New York State Bar.  Students interested in International Finance are welcome to visit Professors Jackson and Scott during office hours to discuss HLS course offerings and research opportunities. 

Regulation of Financial Institutions  (fall, Professor Jackson, 4 credits)                     

Securities Regulation (winter, Professor Ferrell, 3 credits or spring, Visiting Professor Gadinis, 3 credits)

International Finance  (spring, Prof. Scott, 3 credits)

Capital Markets Regulation (spring, Prof. Scott and Prof. Glauber, 2 credits)

Please visit our Select Papers page to read past student research papers from the International Finance Seminar. 

Last modified: September 11, 2013

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