http://www.usc.edu/dept/publications/ca ... /dual.html
uconjak wrote:I am looking at USC because of the LLM at the London School of Economics. I cant seem to find that option anywhere on the USC webste, couldn't find it on LSE site either, did they discontinue the program?
J.D. Study Abroad Programs
USC Law offers five study abroad programs for J.D. students that provide opportunities to learn about foreign legal systems and to experience different cultures. Qualified second- and third-year J.D. candidates are exposed to international law as they take part in exchange programs with leading partner institutions worldwide.
International Dual Degree Program
London School of Economics: The USC/LSE dual degree program consists of two years of law study at USC Law followed by one year of study at the London School of Economics. Upon the successful completion of the three years of study, dual degree program participants will receive a J.D. degree from USC and an LL.M. degree from the University of London.
LSE is one of the largest schools of the University of London and is certainly one of the best known. It has an outstanding international reputation in economics and the social sciences. LSE has a very cosmopolitan character with over half of its 6,000 students, and many of its faculty, from outside the United Kingdom.
Very interesting! It's the first time I'v heard of this and it most definitely puts USC in new light for me!