The School of Government and Public Transformation – Tecnológico de Monterrey is proud to offer outstanding graduate programs with international partners of the highest caliber. We developed a dual LL.M. degree with the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. On completing the program, students will have earned a Master of International Legal practice from Tecnológico de Monterrey, and a Master of Laws (LLM) in U.S. Law from Washington University Law School.
Graduates of this program will be eligible to take to the California bar exam, enabling them to practice law in that state. This represents an enormous professional development opportunity for our graduates, as they will be able to apply their knowledge in their home country and in the United States. They will also have developed the capacity to respond to the strategic needs of companies and initiatives with global reach, many of which are currently hampered by the shortage of foreign lawyers licensed able to defend the interests of their clients in the United States.
This program takes place in a virtual environment with cutting-edge technology aimed at building a personalized and exclusive classroom that guarantees direct contact between students and faculty. The technology we use allows students to learn directly, face-to-face, from faculty and classmates from diverse international settings, and enables professionals to remain in their current careers and roles.
The Tecnológico de Monterrey – Washington University School of Law partnership is ideal for the professional development of our graduates. WashULaw is a distinguished law school and Tecnológico de Monterrey is the top university in Mexico.
Thanks to ten free-trade agreements encompassing 45 countries Mexico is today one of the economies with the highest internationalization in the world. It’s also become the second largest exporter to the United States in the world, with its companies, universities, social organizations, and government enjoying a privileged presence in the United States. As a result, for the past twenty years, Mexico has developed experts through the Master’s in International Corporate Law1 with state-of-the-art knowledge and research in theoretical and practical aspects of this subject, which today form part of the teaching strategy for our dual degree.
The School of Government and Public Transformation seeks to develop the capacities of Mexican lawyers to expand the trade and investment opportunities provided by our national access to global markets. The School of Government and Public Transformation offers a program of excellence for transformational leaders, and we are honored to partner with an American university in order to embrace a global student body.
This dual degree offers legal professionals with high potential across the North American continent the specialized training necessary to lead legal departments in organizations, law firms. and corporations that operate internationally.
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1 Pending approval by the Mexican Ministry of Education (SEP), the degree conferred will be the Master of International Corporate Law – LL.M. Enrolled students will receive a Master of Juridical Practice (MPJ).↑