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Student Feature: The 2017 International Commercial Arbitration LL.M. Team With the support provided by a generous gift from the Roche Family Foundation and Denver Law alumnus Robert Roche, JD ’88, this new international business law graduate degree program delivers comprehensive, internationally-relevant business transactions training in a variety of core areas. The Roche IBT LLM leverages the strengths of Denver Law’s International Legal Studies program, the emerging Corporate and Commercial Law program, and the University of Denver’s nationally ranked graduate schools of business and international studies.
How Our Graduate Program Can Impact Your Business Law Career
Graduates of the program are well prepared to take their place in the world of international transactions law. Upon successful completion of this degree, practice-ready graduates will have a strong grasp of international business and transactional law gained through an extensive curriculum in the areas of trade, commercial arbitration & dispute resolution, international intellectual property, banking, investment, and finance.
When it comes to an international business law education, it pays to pursue a graduate degree aligned to your career ambitions. The flexibility of the IBT LLM program and the variety of course offerings allows students to tailor the degree to their specific interest and career goals.
Our courses are taught by expert academic faculty and practitioners who are committed to providing an advanced legal education with an emphasis on the integrative experiential learning approach found at the Sturm College of Law. Through the individual attention, support and guidance given to each student, as well as the high standards of academic excellence and our rigorous practical learning, IBT LLM graduates will be able to competitively position themselves regionally, nationally and globally.