Will the (foreign) LL.M. help get you a job abroad? It might. It might not.
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.
The LLM was a great experience, mixed with both learning and fun. I look back and think of every single aspect of the program and the culture, and now see how it added immense value to my experience overall.
The world of work is changing in any event and being adaptable, being comfortable with technology, and gaining world class expertise and experience can set you apart with employers.
The one thing that really impressed me at NUS was the practicality of the course. You are not tested on how much you can remember but how you can apply the law in real life problems.
Lennora Crilov graduated from Amity Law School, Noida in 2016 and then enrolled for the LL.M. course at Penn State Law School. She is currently the Head of Department - Academic Mobility and Accreditations at the Narxoz School Law & Public Policy, based in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Working closely with international LLM graduates in the US, Desiree Jaeger-Fine provides a macro perspective on recruitments in the US legal industry.
First Person Accounts (FPA’s) are meant to provide a first-hand account of law graduates who have pursued, or are pursuing, a post-graduate course (LL.M. or otherwise) from different universities across the world. In this FPA, I get Mritunjay Kumar to talk about his reasons for enrolling in a specalised LL.M. at Melbourne Law School which he … Continue reading First Person Accounts: Mrityunjay Kumar on a specialised LL.M. from Melbourne Law School
Chinthana Konganda, an Assistant Director at the California Western School of Law, on recruitment prospects in the US, making the most of LLM, and more.