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The Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University employs 120 full-time and adjunct faculty members drawn from some of the top law firms and legal institutions in the nation. The professors have worked in the White House, argued before the Supreme Court, and served as ambassadors to our most important allies and trading partners. Ranked 21st in the nation for scholarly impact. With this degree, you will have the opportunity to strengthen your academic credentials and stand out to prospective legal employers.

This innovative online LL.M. program is designed to meet the needs of foreign-trained lawyers seeking knowledge of U.S. Law to improve their legal skill sets. These courses are designed for flexibility which will allow you to stay in your home country while balancing your career and other commitments. In particular, the U.S. Law LL.M. program curriculum meets the requirements for both the California and Washington State Bar exams.

Program Benefits

  • Enhance ability to meet the academic qualifications required to take the California Bar exam and become a US qualified lawyer. Upon qualifying into US, you can then take QLTS to qualify into UK and OLQE into Hong Kong and become a qualify UK and Hong Kong lawyer.
  • Gives you the opportunity to gain a legal qualification at Master's level - enabling you to pursue a career in a wide variety of disciplines.
  • Bolster academic credentials, improve career opportunities and stand out to prospective legal employers without neglecting professional and personal commitments.
  • Earn a respected and valuable degree from a top-tier US law school.
  • Effectively handle U.S legal matters. GMU School of Law gives you access to faculty who have worked in the White House, in the U.S. Supreme Court, in major law firms, and who have first-hand knowledge of U.S. law.
  • Flexibility: The program consists of 26 credits, you can take anywhere. Earn a degree in as little as one year, or as long as three years.




Professor of Law
B.S., Villanova University; M.A., The Catholic University of America; J.D., Cornell University

Alvaré teaches Family Law, Law and Religion, and Property Law. She received her law degree from Cornell University School of Law and her master’s degree in Systematic Theology from the Catholic University of America. She is a consultor for the Pontifical Council of the Laity (Vatican City), an advisor to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, D.C.), founder of, and an ABC news consultant. She cooperates with the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations as a speaker and a delegate to various United Nations conferences concerning women and the family. Prior to joining the faculty of George Mason, Professor Alvaré taught at the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America; represented the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops before legislative bodies, academic audiences and the media; and was a litigation attorney for the Philadelphia law firm of Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young.



University Professor
B.A., University of California, San Diego; J.D., University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

University Professor Joshua D. Wright is the Executive Director of the Global Antitrust Institute and holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Economics. On January 1, 2013, the U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Professor Wright as a member of the Federal Trade Commission, following his nomination by President Obama to that position. He rejoined Scalia Law as a full-time member of the faculty in Fall 2015. Professor Wright is the author of scores of articles on antitrust and intellectual property.



Professor of Law and Co-Director of Academic Programs and Senior Scholar of the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property
B.A., University of Michigan; M.A., Columbia University; J.D., University of Chicago Law School

Mossoff is Co-Director of Academic Programs and a Senior Scholars at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property at Scalia Law. He graduated with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was a research assistant to Richard A. Epstein and held the Bradley Governance Fellowship. Following law school, he was a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Visiting Lecturer at Northwestern University School of Law. He clerked for the Honorable Jaques L. Wiener Jr. of the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Professor Adam Mossoff teaches and writes in the areas of property and intellectual property law. His research focuses on the intersection between intellectual property law and property theory, with a special emphasis on natural rights philosophy and its role in the intellectual history of patent law. He has published numerous articles on topics in patent law, property law, legal history and legal philosophy in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Cornell Law Review, and Social Philosophy & Policy, among other journals.

Frequent Asked Questions

1. I did not meet the eligibility requirement for the New York Bar. Would I be able to take this online LL.M. program and sit for the California Bar exam?

This U.S. Law LL.M. program curriculum is designed to meet the requirements for the California Bar exam. You can contact us at +852 3183 4181 or +65 6630 3610 or email us at to find out more.

2. What are the benefits of George Mason online LL.M. program?

  • Gives you the opportunity to gain a legal qualification at Master's level - enabling you to pursue a career in a wide range of disciplines.
  • Upon completion of the course, you'll have the opportunity to progress onto the California Bar exam to qualify as a lawyer.
  • Our self-paced degree structure is an interactive online format, designed specifically for distance education students and working professionals.
  • Gain practical legal skills which are highly attractive to employers.
  • The curriculum design exceeds the highest standards for online learning and allows you the flexibility to pursue your degree from a top-tier U.S law school.

3. How many credits is required to graduate?

This online US Law LL.M. program is comprised of 26 credits and provides access to some of the most prestigious law scholars in the world.

4. What is the minimum time to graduate?

Developed with the working professional in mind, you can take anywhere from one to three years to complete your degree ― at your own pace.

5. How much is the course?

The total cost of our LL.M. is $26,000 USD for those who graduated from a non-U.S. law school.

6. Will I be able to pay by installment?

We offer very flexible financial arrangements where students can “pay as you register” for courses.The payment due date for all on-time law registrations and other charges is on the first day of the semester.

7. What is the application process?

Asia Bar Review will assist with application. We will help you to create an account for you to upload the documents. The application fee is $75, non-refundable and payable through LSAC.After completing the enrollment process on LSAC and if all the supporting documents meet the minimum requirements, a phone interview will be scheduled with our Director of Admissions.

8. What are the required courses to graduate?

The required courses consist of 7 credit hours. They are (i) Introduction to United States Law (ii) Economics for Lawyers and (iii) Professional Responsibility.

9. How Asia Bar Review can help?

  • We offer $1000 USD scholarship for all successful applicants
  • We offer online U.S. Law LL.M. students have access to our International BARBRI Bar Prep Program for a discounted rate of $2,995.
  • We offer FREE LSAC account creation.
  • We offer FREE advice to ensure you complete the courses require for California Bar exam.
  • We offer comfort letter from the State Bar of California before you start the program.

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