A graduate who offers employers a level of subject mastery that is significantly beyond that which may be learned in the general J.D. curriculum. Legal practice is increasingly worldwide, transcending national boundaries and cultures. CILI prepares students for careers in the public and private areas of international law, including such skills as direct negotiation with foreign governments, multinational corporations, and international financial institutions. Elective Courses: Two courses chosen from an extensive menu of electives that includes foundations of modern law, comparative law, economic development, human rights, immigration, intellectual property, maritime law, national security law, and space law.
The Catholic University of America GRE score and admission requirements for graduate programs in Law and legal studies