- The University of Chicago’s Law School offers a one year postgraduate degree in Legal Studies
- Students put together course and seminar schedules that reflect certain practice specialties (e.g., corporate/securities, intellectual property, and antitrust/regulation of business or commercial transactions)
- Graduates round out their academic experience by adding other offerings in such areas as constitutional law, legal theory, law and economics, and comparative law
|Tuition & fees||3988797 INR|
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Applicants must have met at least one of the following requirements: (1) obtained a J.D. degree from an A.B.A. approved law school in the United States; (2) completed in a foreign country the academic (university based) legal education required to take the bar examination in that country or (3) be qualified to practice law (admitted to the bar) in a foreign country.