The LL.M. in Global Health Law and International Institutions offers a unique opportunity to become a specialist in a rapidly evolving field of law and to study at the heart of global health law and policy-making.
Geneva is the home of international institutions such as the World Health Organization, UNAIDS, the World Trade Organization, and the International Labor Organization, which all play an important role in global health governance. Discover more about Geneva>
Moreover, Georgetown University Law Center offers lawyers working nationally and internationally the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills through focused studies in core law and policy courses.
The LL.M. in Global Health Law and International Institutions provides a comprehensive approach to global health through the broad portfolio of courses available at both Georgetown and the Graduate Institute, which means participants receive a well-rounded training in health, trade, economics, intellectual property, and human rights, for example. Participants also complete an internship at an organisation that engages with global health health issues, which allows them to apply what they have learnt in the classroom, gain an insight into international organisations and to build their professional networks. Why study at the Institute>