LLM & JSD Admissions

LLM in Corporation Law

Connect law, business, and finance: You'll learn to be an effective lawyer by studying the deals that are shaping the next generation of US and global business activity in America’s financial capital.

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Faculty 

Take classes with some of the nation’s leading theorists in law and economics, corporate law and bankruptcy law, as well as academics whose work is oriented toward practice and the profession. Challenge yourself in courses taught by industry experts from New York’s businesses and firms, and choose from finance or international business classes taught by professors at the NYU Stern School of Business

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Flexible Core Curriculum

You’ll develop an individualized curriculum from our exceptionally rich array of courses in finance, bankruptcy, and securities regulation, as well as advanced seminars and classes in related fields. 

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Transactional Courses

In our transactional and law and business courses, you’ll be in classes with MBA students and learn how real deals are made—their design, negotiation, finance, and implementation. 

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Advanced Certificate in Law and Business

The Advanced Certificate in Law and Business from NYU's Stern School of Business gives you tools to understand the finance and accounting underlying transactions. You can complete it with your LLM degree.

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Intellectual Life

Our centers and institutes convene conferences and events real-world practitioners and policymakers. Student groups and journals bring an interdisciplinary perspective to law and business.

Career Resources

Get ready for your next career move as you prepare to join NYU Law's network of 40,000+ alumni:

Meet the Faculty Director

Marcel Kahan

Marcel Kahan
George T. Lowy Professor of Law

Marcel Kahan’s main areas of teaching and research are shareholder voting, hedge funds, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and bondholder rights. He has written more than 60 articles for law reviews, finance journals, and professional publications. Read more about Professor Kahan