First Person Accounts (International): Fidan Abdurrahimli on the LL.M. in International Human Rights at Lund University

I loved my time at Lund University and in Sweden generally. It created memories that will last my entire life. The academic atmosphere was very different than what I used to have back in my country.

First Person Accounts: Sreejita Mitra on LL.M. applications at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)

I had two criteria while shortlisting universities. First was the country I wanted to study in and second was the course. The UK was always my preferred choice and the universities I decided to apply to were the ones that had impressive Competition Law Courses

First Person Accounts: Shanu Jain on the Geneva LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS)

I would strongly recommend prospective applicants who wish to pursue LLM in the courses relating to dispute resolution/settlement to at least gain two years of experience, which must include some exposure to the trial-court advocacy.

First Person Accounts: Nimanniyu Sharma on the TADS LL.M., Sciences Po

At the end of the day, the market is tough. One’s hard work coupled with some luck (without the aid of any arbitration-specific Felix Felicis) may bear fruit only if and when the ‘right opportunity manifests at the right time’.

First Person Accounts: Niyati Jigyasi on the Taxation LL.M. at Georgetown University Law Centre

The entire process of applications is tiring and stressful, but the kind of exposure you get during your one year of LL.M, at a personal and professional level, will make it all worth it.

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