An LLM or Master of Laws degree is an academic degree, often sought by students with undergraduate law degrees who are looking to educate themselves more thoroughly in one specific area of law study. LLM programs are research-oriented and typically last for one year.
An LLM is a postgraduate program for law students who want advanced training and knowledge in a particular area. Specialization areas may include commercial law, finance, human rights law, tax law, and international business law.
This Master in International Trade Law program provides students with the means to gain specialized knowledge in international trade law, becoming able to develop strateg
Master of International Trade Law
This program provides students with the means to gain specialized knowledge in international trade law, becoming able to develop strategies, act as consultants and defend enterprises in a matter of international trade, as well as to elaborate trade policies at national and international levels.
This master program is aimed at professionals with a degree in Law, Accounting, International Trade or similar areas, interested in specializing in the theory and praxis of international trade law. As a consequence of the progressive opening of the borders and the signing of treaties, such as the Free Trade Agreement for North America, the activities performed abroad by individuals and corporations are increasing significantly, being the trade one of the most important aspects, requiring lawyers capable of assisting their clients on the regional, national and international law on international trade, customs law, foreign investment, intellectual property and international transactions related to commerce. The program offers a specialization level that allows the participants to broaden their field of action in such a technical field as trade law....
This Master in Fiscal Law program facilitates the acquisition of capabilities to analyze the legal and fiscal aspects within the national context and international aspect
Master of Fiscal LawThis master program facilitates the acquisition of capabilities to analyze the legal and fiscal aspects within the national context and international aspects; to solve fiscal and financial problems; as well as analyze the current legal policies and propose adaptations and reforms to them, also to represent individuals and organizations in legal proceedings.
Bachelor degree in Law, Accounting, Economics, Finances or similar areas, with the intention to deepen their knowledge of law and accounting relations.
Good skills in reading and written expression.
Logical and mathematical reasoning.
Good disposition towards collaborative work over the internet.
Able to use Information Technologies and computers.
Positive attitude towards self-regulated learning and self-training.
English proficiency equivalent to 450 points in TOEFL.
Knowledge about Mexican law and the fiscal system to better understand and to be able to structure through research a series of procedures before fiscal authorities.