LLM in International Commercial Arbitration
The LLM with a concentration in International Commercial Arbitration is designed to combine a robust academic foundation, a capstone practice experience in which every student will compete in an international arbitration competition, methodical examination and practice of the negotiation and mediation processes, and enough electives for students to be able to take electives to sit for the New York or California bar exam.
The program requirements for the International Commercial Arbitration concentration will differ slightly from the standard LLM in Dispute Resolution so applicants can elect the concentration at the point of application or when they arrive on campus.
Jack J. Coe, Jr., Faculty Director - LLM Program
Jack J. Coe, Jr., is professor of law at Pepperdine University with a specialty in private international law. Professor Coe's training includes advanced studies in Europe. He received his LL. M. at Exeter, the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law, and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He is an Associate Reporter for the Restatement of the Law of International Commercial Arbitration.