Master of Laws (LLM) Program Admissions
Applicants for admission to the Pepperdine School of Law's Master of Laws program must have completed the first degree of law required for law practice or law teaching in the country in which law studies were pursued.
U.S. applicants must have an ABA-accredited JD degree. In exceptional cases, U.S. applicants with non-ABA-accredited law degrees may be considered.
Applications for the LLM program can be submitted online through the Law School Admission Council's LLM Credential Assembly Service, or directly to Pepperdine.
Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Programs
Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
- LLM in Dispute Resolution with concentrations available in mediation, arbitration or litigation
- LLM in International Commercial Arbitration (ICA)
- LLM in International Commercial Law and Arbitration (ICLA)
- LLM in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution (ICLDR)
- LLM in United States Law and Dispute Resolution (USLDR)
- LLM in United States Law (USL)
Students applying for the Nashville, Tennessee or Heidelberg, Germany programs will use the Straus Institute Application to apply for admission for the Master of Laws in Dispute Resolution or apply through LSAC. Electronic submission of applications through LSAC is the preferred application method.
Enrollment in each of the Straus Institute LLM programs will be limited. As a result, applicants are encouraged to apply early. It is recommended that international students submit application at least six (6) months prior to their expected start date; applications can be submitted up to one year in advance.
International students are required to submit their Master of Laws application with these additional requirements.