HEC Paris and Georgetown Law to Launch MBA/LL.M. Program

Schools will also offer a dual-degree Master in Management/LL.M.; both joint offerings can be completed in two years

HEC Paris has partnered with the Georgetown University Law Center to offer two new dual-degree options, including an MBA/Master of Law (LL.M.) program and a Master in Management (MiM)/LL.M. program.

The new degree options will help lawyers understand business topics. "We know that there is a demand for lawyers with an in-depth understanding of business and management principles," says Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor.

Each dual-degree program is two years long; students will spend the first year on the HEC Paris campus studying business curriculum and the second studying for their LL.M. at Georgetown.

At Georgetown, students can choose to either a general or specialized LL.M. program. Georgetown offers a variety of LL.M. specializations, covering topics in tax, national security law, environmental law, and more. 

To apply for the new MBA/LL.M. program, applicants should have an undergraduate degree in law and at least three years of work experience. For the MiM/LL.M. program, prospective students need an undergraduate degree in law.

The new programs are set to launch in the fall of 2016.

For more information, please see the HEC Paris news release announcing the launch of the two new dual-degree programs. For more about HEC Paris and the school's MBA programs, please see the school's Full Profile on FIND MBA.

Read more about LL.M. programs at LLM GUIDE.

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