« on: April 21, 2014, 11:47:50 AM »
I agree Tax is specialized and the LLM to bar exam route questionable. There is a lot of interest in an International Law LLM but I suggest one that is focused on cross border practice as well as traditional IL. The EU now permits a lot of cross border practice so it is not uncommon to need to be familiar with comparative law. US lawyers are missing out on expanding their practices in transactional and corporate law, criminal defense, and as foreign legal experts.
If you ever do decide to offer an online International Law LLM - look me up - I have JD and PhD an am licensed in the US and three other countries. Also have been instructing IL and legal Studies at the Masters Level for a couple regionally accredited online programs since 2006 and have developed several courses over the years.