Margaret Lloyd, from Notre Dame Law School, discusses what makes a good statement of purpose, the US legal recruitment market, and more.
Javier Aviles, Associate Director of Admissions at IE Law School, discusses the benefits of an international LLM, LLM admissions and recruitments.
McKinney School of Law's Miki Hamstra on the benefits of a US LLM, drafting a good personal statement, the US job market for , and a whole lot more.
Sometime back, I had written about three executive LLMs that Indian mid-career lawyers can take a look at. One of those, mentioned only towards the end of the piece, was the Masters in Advanced Corporate Law (MACL) offered by the Michigan Law School. The MACL course caught my eye for a number of reasons, including … Continue reading #Admissions: Joseph Pollak, Michigan Law School, on the MACL program
Prof. Margareth Etienne on how to identify the ideal law school, writing the Statement of Purpose, the JSD degree, and a whole lot more.
Amicus Partners speaks to Elizabeth H. Woyczynski from the School of Law at Case Western Reserve University.
In the first interview under The Admission Interviews, Amicus Partners speaks with Elizabeth H. Woyczynski from the Case Western Reserve University's School of Law. At CWRU, Elizabeth is the Administrative Director of Admissions and Student Services, Foreign Graduate Legal Services. In this interview, Elizabeth discusses crucial aspects of the LLM application process such as the personal statements, letters … Continue reading The Admission Interviews: Elizabeth H. Woyczynski, Case Western Reserve University
Andrew Horsfall tells me how admission officers view LLM applications, how scholarships can be negotiated, and what are the best ways to identify the law school (and post-graduate course) that will offer you the most value.