Georgetown University and HEC Paris to Offer Dual Master of Laws/MBA
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The Georgetown University Law Center and HEC Paris team up to offer two new combined degrees: a MBA/LL.M. and a Master in Management/LL.M. beginning in Spring 2016.

Students of the dual MBA/LL.M. degree will spend their first year completing the curriculum of the HEC Paris MBA program. During their second year, they will take courses of the Georgetown LL.M. program. Upon successful completion of the program, they will receive an LL.M. degree from Georgetown and an MBA degree from HEC Paris.

Those who are admitted to the joint Master inManagement/LL.M. program will spend their first year completing courses of the MiM program at HEC in Jouy-en-Josas, France and the second year completing courses of the LL.M. program. After two years, they will receive a MiM degree from HEC and a LL.M. degree from Georgetown.

"The innovative HEC/Georgetown dual-degree programs meet the unmatched demand for educating a new generation of lawyers with global fluency beyond the law," said Alberto Alemanno, Law Professor and Law Department Chair at HEC who spearheaded the development of the new programs. "They also confirm HEC's commitment to innovative legal education through cutting-edge programs."






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