Chase LL.M. in U.S. Law
The LLM in U.S. Law is a one-year program that allows internationally trained lawyers or individuals with law degrees from outside the United States to add a global dimension to their careers. Classroom instruction and other activities enable students to choose either to have a broad exposure to U.S. legal concepts and applications or to concentrate their studies on particular aspects of U.S. law.
The location of Chase in the Cincinnati, Ohio, metropolitan area, with its major corporations involved in international commerce, affords opportunities to develop professional contacts that can be of additional value to a career.
Chase was founded in 1893 as an independent law school. It became part of Northern Kentucky University in 1971.
It takes its name from Salmon P. Chase, a Cincinnati, Ohio, lawyer during the mid-1800s who served as Chief Justice of the United States from 1864 to 1873. It has held continuous approval from the American Bar Association since 1954.
The college has an enrollment of about four-hundred-thirty students, representing twenty-one states in the U.S. and four international locations.
Moot Court Room
Eble Student Commons
Northern Kentucky University is a public university in the university system of the Commonwealth (state) of Kentucky. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
It is located in the Cincinnati, Ohio, metropolitan area, in Highland Heights, Kentucky – ranked in one study as the seventh-safest college town in the U.S.
The university has an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students from forty states and fifty-five countries. The campus is walkable, and has modern buildings.
Votruba Student Union
The Cincinnati, Ohio, metropolitan area covers parts of three states – Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana – and has a population of 2.1 million people. It is the most populous metro area in Ohio, the seventh most populous state among the fifty U.S. states.
Cincinnati is located on the Ohio River, in the southwest part of Ohio. It is home to the nationally acclaimed Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Major League Baseball Cincinnati Reds, the American football National Football League Cincinnati Bengals, professional ice hockey and soccer teams, and lively theater, entertainment and dining venues.
The city is a center for national and international business and industry that includes headquarters of ten Fortune 500 companies, ranked among the 500 largest in the nation by revenue.
Its Kentucky suburbs are on the edge of the rolling hills of Kentucky horse country. The area is within easy driving distance of such destinations as Washington, D.C., the mega-metropolis of Chicago, Illinois, and the country music center of Nashville, Tennessee.