Cornell Law School: International Dual Degrees
Cornell Law School offers a select group of students the opportunity to earn both a Cornell J.D. and a graduate law degree from one of Cornell's four European partner institutions:
- J.D./Master en Droit, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, is a four-year program, taught in French, which prepares graduates for admission to the bar in the United States and in France.
- J.D./LL.M., Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, is a three-year French language program.
- J.D./Master of German and European Law and Practice (M.LL.P.) , Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, is a three-year program taught in German which provides graduates with a profound knowledge of German and European law at both an academic and a practical level.
- J.D./LL.M. at the Universität Heidelberg, is a three-year German-language program.
Admission to the Programs:
Those interested in the J.D./Master en Droit, J.D./M.LL.P., or J.D./LL.M at Heidelberg may apply as a part of their initial application to Cornell Law School.
Students admitted to Cornell Law School but not into a dual degree program upon initial application are welcome to apply to a program during the first year application process if a space in the program is available. Application information for any open programs will be circulated to the first-year class in February.