The Catholic University of America

LL.M. Concentrations

Communications Law

The concentration in Communications Law provides special expertise in the regulation of the telecommunications industry, electronic mass media, wireless telecommunications services, and digital technologies, FCC practice and procedure, intellectual property transactions, copyright and patent, First Amendment challenges for media.

Securities Law

The Securities Law concentration supplies the student with depth of background in  a broad array of topics arising out of the law of  securities regulation including the regulation of issuance of securities, secondary trading of securities, market regulation, enforcement issues, corporate finance, investment companies and investment advisers, derivatives and the regulation of financial institutions.

Comparative and International Law

The concentration in Comparative and International Law offers the student a program of study in comparative constitutional law, comparative legal history, comparative legal systems, comparative trade law, comparative military law, national security law, European law, maritime law, public international law, international trade law, international business transactions, international intellectual property law, international arbitration and mediation law, international civil litigation, international criminal law, international human rights law, international humanitarian law, and international environmental law.  Given the breadth and depth of the CUA Law international curriculum, students may elect sub-concentrations in several areas.