European ll.m. programs

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Posted by
MRoss0
February 20th at 5:12pm
Posted by
MRoss0
February 20th at 5:12pm
Is it better to try doing an LL.M. program in Europe rather than in the UK or America?
Posted by
kingsman
March 5th at 6:18pm
Posted by
kingsman
March 5th at 6:18pm
It kind of depends on what you want to do after law school? You want to work in a top law firm in New York? Go to an American University. You wanna work in a top law firm in London? Go to Cambridge or Oxford etc. If you plan on staying and working within Europe then your best bet is to go to college there. Take me; I'm Australian. I have absolutely no plans to ever leave Australia so I went to an Australian law school. What would be the point in me going to an American law school if I was always planning on coming back here and working here? You need to think about what's best for you and what you want out of your future. At least that's my opinion anyway
Posted by
camilar
May 8th at 4:28pm
Posted by
camilar
May 8th at 4:28pm
Yes i totally agree this depends on your plans for your career. Your plan concerning where you want to leave but also what you want to do.
For example, if you want to do European law, you must do an LLM in Europe and especially in Belgium for example where you can find very great LLM in European law and you have great opportunities there. Doing an LLM is no just chosing a location, this is also looking at what is the speciality of the city you consider going to.
Posted by
taler25
May 10th at 6:33pm
Posted by
taler25
May 10th at 6:33pm
I think this university is very great if you want to pursue a career in European law : Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) - Institute for European Studies (IES)