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The Master of Laws (LLM) is an internationally-recognized post-graduate law degree.  Achieving an LLM degree in addition to a JD degree certifies that an individual has acquired specialized competence in an area of law.  It indicates that a student has completed advanced training in a specific field and, therefore, gives students an opportunity to gain significant employment and financial benefits.  The Joint JD/LLM program permits students to simultaneously earn a JD and LLM in Health Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Law or Taxation.