Georgetown Law’s Global Health Law LL.M. programs, offered in conjunction with the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, train lawyers to apply their specialized legal skills to improve population health in the United States and globally. The innovative full- or part-time courses of study explore the intersections of health and law, including global health governance, infectious diseases and the law, non-communicable diseases and the law, health and human rights, trade law and health, bioethics, food and drug law, and access to health care.
Global Health Law LL.M. Degrees
- LL.M. in Global Health Law
- LL.M. in Global Health Law and International Institutions
- JD/LL.M. in Global Health Law
- MPH/LL.M. in Health Law
Global Health Law Certificates
What makes Georgetown’s Law’s Global Health Law LL.M. programs unique?
- Opportunities to engage with O’Neill Institute’s research and projects
- Expert global health law and domestic health law faculty members
- More than 35 specialized health law courses
- Practical learning opportunities including externships and practicum courses
- Over 180 graduates from more than 30 countries