JD / LLM Madrid Program
As part of the Madrid concurrent program, 3L students spend one year in Madrid, Spain, earning dual degrees: a European LLM degree from Universidad Pontificia Comillas and an American JD degree from the Sturm College of Law. Students will attend full-time courses in international and European business law.
Host Institution: Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain
How do I get started: If you are interested in the Madrid Concurrent Program, complete the program application for Sturm College of Law Students or contact Professor Celia Taylor at email@example.com
Dates: Sept. 4 – Dec. 22 (Fall Semester); Jan. 15 – April 30 (Spring Semester); May 1 – July 31 (Voluntary Internship)
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is proud to offer its first concurrent international study program in partnership with the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, Spain. Students can attend their full third year of law school in Madrid to earn a European LLM, while simultaneously earning an American JD from Denver Law.
The curriculum is taught fully in English by a faculty of top professors and practicing lawyers from throughout the European Union. The curriculum takes a truly global and practical approach to international business law. Law students will also have the chance to enrich their education through law firm visits, mentoring, seminars, internships and more.
In addition to Denver Law and other U.S. law schools, the program attracts students from all over the world, including countries like Venezuela, China, Panama, Italy, Mexico and France. Students from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas also have the chance to attend the Sturm College of Law as part of the exchange program.
Download a copy of the program flyer.
Questions and Resources
Please direct any questions to Professor Celia Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.