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U.S. Business Law Academy

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Columbia Law School invites applications to its U.S. Business Law Academy for foreign-trained law students and practitioners. The program is an engaging educational and cultural experience with select topics in U.S. legal institutions and business law taught by preeminent scholars from Columbia’s world renowned faculty.

The Academy offers an accessible introduction to the Socratic Method, one of the foundations of U.S. legal education, and presentations about LLM programs and strategies used by U.S. law graduates to find jobs. The program also includes practice-oriented lectures by prominent attorneys; networking events with fellow participants; and visits to professional and cultural sites in New York. Overall, the Academy is excellent preparation for those considering furthering their studies in a leading global graduate program.

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Foreign-trained law students and practitioners

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Alexandra Carter is the director of the Edson Queiroz Foundation Mediation Program, director of Clinical Programs, and a Clinical Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. Carter won the Jane Marks Murphy Prize for clinical advocacy while a student at Columbia Law School and has become a strong ad...
Chris Brummer is the Agnes N. Williams Research Professor and Faculty Director of Georgetown’s Institute of International Economic Law. He lectures widely on fintech, finance and global governance, as well as on public and private international law, market microstructure and international trade....
John Armour is Professor of Law and Finance at Oxford University and a Fellow of the British Academy and the European Corporate Governance Institute. He was previously a member of the Faculty of Law and the interdisciplinary Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge. He studie...

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