Seattle University School of Law offers two Master of Laws (LLM) programs:
1) LLM in American Legal Studies: this LLM provides foreign-trained lawyers with an
understanding of American Law and the American Legal System. Completion of this LLM as well
as specific state requirements can make students eligible to sit for a bar exam in the United
2) LLM in Technology, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship: this LLM is for both foreign-trained
lawyers and attorneys trained in the United States who want to focus their studies in areas of
privacy, cybersecurity, digital commerce, and financial technology. Completion of this LLM as
well as specific state requirements can make students eligible to sit for a bar exam in the United
*Students wanting to complete the LLM in Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship and sit for a
bar exam may need to complete more credits in order to satisfy state bar eligibility requirements.
**International students are required to attend full-time per student visa regulations.
Sample Courses (American Legal Studies):
Sample Courses (Innovation, Technology, & Entrepreneurship):
Seattle University International Student Center - https://www.seattleu.edu/isc/
Seattle University Housing - https://www.seattleu.edu/housing/
School of Law Center for Professional Development - https://law.seattleu.edu/careers/
School of Law Externship Office - https://law.seattleu.edu/academics/lawyering-skills-training/live-client-experiences/externships/
Master of Laws (LLM) Website - https://law.seattleu.edu/academics/degree-programs/master-of-laws-llm/
Webinars - https://law.seattleu.edu/academics/degree-programs/master-of-laws-llm/recordings-of-webinars/
Meet Advisor via Zoom: https://calendly.com/seattleulaw/llm
Priority Deadline for International Students (to expedite visa process): May 15 th
Applications after May 15 th will still be considered.
1. Completed Admissions Application
2. Resume or C.V.
3. 1 Letter of Recommendation
4. Transcripts from all academic institutions from where the student has studied law
5. Proof of English Language Proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, etc.) (Waived for students whose
first language is English, who attended an educational institution in which English was the
primary language of instruction, or who worked in an English-speaking environment for one year
All documents can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partial merit scholarships are available for both domestic and international students. Only completed
applications will be considered for scholarships.
Additional scholarship information can be found at these sites:
canada.ca (For Canadian students)
For more information, please visit the Law School Financial Aid website.
$45,072 for 24 credits
Course fee: $1,878 per credit
Course duration: 12 months