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LLM Alumni

Over 2000 alumni of Tulane’s various graduate programs in law live throughout the world. Alumni groups get together informally in many European, Asian, and Latin American cities. In cooperation with our Office of Alumni Affairs and Office of Continuing Legal Education, alumni may organize multi-day meetings, alumni events, and continuing education programs in locations throughout the world. Many of our alumni stay in touch with Tulane and volunteer to provide assistance with networking opportunities for our students and new graduates.

Countries Represented in the LLM Program Graduate students from the following countries, in addition to the United States and Puerto Rico, have enrolled in the LLM programs at Tulane Law School:

Afghanistan Finland Paraguay
Algeria France Poland
Angola Republic of Georgia Portugal
Argentina Germany Republic of Panama
Armenia Ghana Peru
Australia Greece Romania
Austria Guatemala Russia
Azerbaijan Guyana Saudi Arabia
Bangladesh Honduras Singapore
Belarus Hungary South Africa
Belgium Iceland Spain
Bolivia India Switzerland
Brazil Indonesia Taiwan (ROC)
Bulgaria Israel Thailand
Canada Italy Turkey
Chile Denmark Jamaica Turkmenistan
People’s Republic of China Japan Ukraine
Colombia Kenya United Arab Emirates
Costa Rica Korea United Kingdom
Croatia Latvia Venezuela
Czech Republic


Dominican Republic


Ecuador Mexico Zimbabwe
Egypt Nigeria  
El Salvador Pakistan  
Estonia Panama  


Each student’s course of study is at least somewhat dependent upon the background and previous legal education of the individual student and on the student’s objectives. For example, US students interested in European legal studies would need exposure to European legal sources, European Community Law, and the like. A student from Germany, however, might focus her studies somewhat differently, seeking exposure to common law subjects and to other areas which she would be unlikely to have studied previously. Each student designs his or her course of study with the assistance of a faculty advisor.