Our program is specifically not intended for LL.M. students who plan to remain in the US and take a State bar. So, the value of our LL.M. program may be different than others.
The LL.M. program at UC Davis School of Law focuses on your individual professional and academic goals. You will design an individualized curriculum with the support of one on one advising with our Associate Dean.
When you are studying, it is about much more than just learning what has been assigned; it is about researching on your own, searching for the information, and broadening our knowledge to satisfy your genuine academic curiosity.
SLU LAW is committed on creating successful lawyers, and we work closely with our students to help them achieve their career goals.
Students need to work hard in class, as well as outside class. International lawyers should make the most of the experience with their colleagues by participating and adding value to classroom debates and activities.
Law school is hard work, and living abroad can be difficult. I would advise anyone considering a U.S. LL.M. to have a clear idea of why they want a U.S. LL.M.
An LLM experience is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create and expand one’s global professional network. Our alumni network consists of roughly 24,000 alumni in over 100 countries.
I think the folks who benefit most from LL.M. programs are those who use that knowledge to practice law in their home country.
While it is always disappointing to need to delay plans, students should remember that they’re not alone, there are thousands of students worldwide in a similar situation. They should choose the best option for them as per their safety, learning outcomes and the experience they’ll receive.
The level of mentorship by faculty members is always valued by the students. The program is intentionally small and ranges from 15-20 students per year.
UChicago Law is a small school and prides itself on these relationships. The friends and professional contacts students make stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Prospective applicants exploring LL.M. options should take into account the overall academic reputation of the university (and not just the law school), and also be mindful of the significant benefits of the alumni networks available.
our Law School is not “ancient” nor would we want to be. We’ve been educating lawyers for 50 years and our teaching is informed by current research.
The Admission Interviews, are meant to provide insights into LLM admissions right from the law school itself. The primary idea behind this series is to provide that little bit of extra information that may not be available on the law school's website. Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin is the Programme Director for Master of Laws at Taylor’s University in Malaysia. I … Continue reading The LLM #Admission Interviews: Puteri S. Amirnuddin, Taylor’s University
As much you want to tell the law school you are applying to why they should admit you, I think it’s equally important to tell the law school why you picked them.
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