The LLM in Intellectual Property Law Program is highly selective and, therefore, extremely small. On average, the program enrolls five or fewer students each year. Approximately 80 percent of the program’s students are foreign-trained. Among the foreign-trained students who have gained admission are those who have demonstrated an impressive track record in prior intellectual property law studies or practice—as well as a solid command of English writing and verbal skills.

An example of an IP LLM graduate is Class of 2017’s Vibhav Mithal, who can be heard talking about his experience at BU Law in the podcast below.