October 7, 2016 – UCLA School of Law’s LL.M. Program was cited in IdealisLexReports, a Chilean news outlet, for its outreach on behalf of U.S. legal education abroad. The article discusses the efforts that a consortium – comprised of UCLA Law and five other law schools, along with their admissions representatives and program administrators – is undertaking across South America to highlight the value of an LL.M. degree, and the requirements to pursue a law degree and study in the U.S.
Lara Stemple, Director of Graduate Studies, oversees UCLA Law’s participation in the consortium, which has visited five cities in South America during its most recent tour: São Paulo, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Lima, Peru; Medellín, Colombia; and Bogotá, Colombia.
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