SJD in International Legal Studies
- Address: 536 Mission Street, Suite 3314 San Francisco, CA 94105, California
- Administrative Contact: Olivera P. Jovanovic, Director of Graduate Law
- Phone: +1 (415) 442-7234
- Website: http://law.ggu.edu/academics/d...
- Manager Contact: Professor Christopher Okeke
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- Master of laws (LL.M.)
- Starting date: January; May; August
- Tuition Fee: 15,000 - 20,000 USD
- Language: English
- Program type: Part-time; Full-time
- Duration: 1 year; 2 years
- Specialization: General law
The SJD in International Legal Studies is designed to provide in-depth coverage of specialized areas of international and comparative law with an emphasis on the legal, cultural, sociological, and business activities of the Pacific Rim, the European Community, and of other regions of the world as they interact with one another and with the United States.
Applicants to the SJD program must identify the field or fields in which they intend to concentrate their research. The fields are intended to ensure that the student acquires in-depth knowledge in a variety of areas related to the dissertation topic, and thus develops mature and reflective perspectives on that topic.
Students admitted to the SJD program must earn a minimum of 8 units and spend at least two semesters in residency. Each student's program of study must be approved by the committee on advanced international legal studies in consultation with the dissertation supervisor.
Each SJD student will work closely with the dissertation supervisor during the residency period. At the end of the second semester in residence, the student must present a selected bibliography, a detailed outline, and a draft chapter of the dissertation, as well as pass a qualifying oral examination. Students who successfully complete these tasks will be advanced to candidacy. The SJD candidate is expected to work closely with the members of the dissertation committee during the candidacy period and must present a final dissertation in publishable form no later than four years after advancing to candidacy.
- Curricular Practical Training (SJD)
- SJD Additional Residency
- SJD Candidacy (Local)
- SJD Candidacy (Non-US)
- SJD Candidacy (US non-local)
- SJD Dissertation Seminar
- SJD Residency