Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics

The top-rated, Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law and Economics program is led by subject matter experts and some of the most prestigious antitrust scholars in the world. It is the only faculty in the United States that includes former leaders of both U.S. antitrust enforcement agencies. The LLM is offered 100% online to provide a high-quality learning experience in a flexible format for today’s busy professionals and unexpected life hurdles. Additionally, with a cost per credit hour of only $1,200, the Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law and Economics offers an unparalleled value for your continued legal education.

About the Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics

With the growing demand in the U.S. and abroad for antitrust lawyers who can facilitate and manage mergers and acquisitions on national and international levels, determine compliance with economic laws of foreign governments, and support the efforts of law firms and corporations, Scalia Law’s LLM is designed to meet that demand.

Here are a few reasons why you should choose Mason Law’s Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics:

  • You don’t have to leave your full-time job: Designed for working professionals like you; earn your LLM part-time in as little as 1 year or as long as 3 years. Additionally, we accept students without JDs who demonstrate extensive economic or antitrust career experience (at least 4 years).
  • You can earn your LLM without leaving your home: Earn this LLM 100% online with fall, spring, and summer semester start dates and asynchronous classes, so you can earn your LLM when and where it is most convenient for you.
  • You can earn your LLM from a top-ranked law school: We’re ranked in the top 30 law schools by U.S. News and World Report, the top 10 for competition law by LLM Guide, and we have the #1 most cited antitrust faculty in the United States.
  • You’ll learn from the leading antitrust experts: Professors for the Antitrust LLM program include Judge Douglas Ginsburg, John Yun, Judge Timothy Muris, and more! Learn more about our faculty

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Program Details

Flexible 100% Online Format

The Online LLM classes are offered asynchronously, allowing busy professionals the flexibility needed to complete coursework and participate at times that best fit their schedule, regardless of professional obligations or time zones.

Our courses are specifically designed for the online learning environment and use state-of-the-art pedagogical techniques: weekly assessments, group and individual assignments, discussion boards, and virtual office hours. Throughout our courses, students will interact and have the opportunity to network with the world’s top antitrust faculty and peers from around the world.

We hold our online courses to the same rigorous academic standard as any course we offer. Our faculty are leading experts in Global Antitrust Law & Economics who ensure all students have a high-quality learning experience. Our online learners are provided 24/7 technical support to help support their educational journey.

Academic Advising and Career Planning

Prior to the beginning of classes, students in the Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics program can meet with an Academic Advisor 1:1 to discuss their legal education goals and plan their track to graduation. Academic advisors are also available to answer any questions students may have pertaining to course selection, adding or dropping a course, graduation requirements, etc.

Students will also have access to Mason Scalia Law’s job board which lists ~800 jobs with a variety of employers, as well as Career Counselors who can help students chart a path to their post-graduate careers.

Networking and Campus Opportunities

Students will have access to the Graduate Law Students Association (GLSA) which provides networking, writing & journalism, professional development, career advancement, and social opportunities for LLM and JM students at Antonin Scalia Law School. The primary goals and purposes for the organization are as follows:

  • Networking and Peer to Peer Support
  • Production of a LLM Periodicals
  • Assistance in making the leap from LLM employment
  • Resume Bank
  • Virtual job fairs and
  • Advocacy for inclusion into OCIs
  • Working collectively to get LLM resumes to employers
  • Social gatherings

Students will also have access to university services, including the law library and university events.

Simple No-Fee Initial Application Process

1. Submit your Initial Application process stage 1

To start your application, you only need to submit the simple no-fee Initial Application along with an updated resume.

2. Schedule an Admissions Interview process stage 2

The admissions office will contact you via email if you are selected for an informal, remote interview with the Director of the LLM program. If you have completed your initial application but have not heard back about scheduling an interview, please feel free to reach out via email at

3. Submit your Official Application process stage 3

To apply, visit and once you create an account/log in, add GMU to your LSAC profile. Next, fill out the GMU ONLINE LLM Application including:

  1. Required Transcript: Request and submit your official undergraduate transcript and official law school or equivalent transcript.
    • You may submit unofficial transcript while you wait for officials to arrive. Once you receive them, official transcript can be sent to
  2. Resume and Personal Statement: Submit your resume/CV and write a 500-word personal statement describing your personal and professional goals.
  3. Letter of Recommendation (as needed): Letter of recommendation addressing the applicant’s academic and professional potential may be required.
4. Submit your Deposit and Enroll process stage 4

If you are admitted to the Online LLM in Global Antitrust Law & Economics program, you will receive an email with a link to submit your deposit.

Upon receiving your deposit, a member of the student support team will be in touch to provide you with recommendations for which classes to enroll in for your first term, as well as to answer any questions you may have regarding enrolling in classes.