LL.M. Programs in New Zealand: An Internationally Recognized Education in a Native English Environment
By Vanessa Ellingham on Mar 06, 2017
New Zealand offers law students the chance to study among native English speakers, as well as cultural diversity and idyllic scenery.
LL.M.s in the Netherlands: Getting International Perspective in the Home of the ICC and the Peace Palace
By Vanessa Ellingham on Feb 20, 2017
With the softening of a law making it easier for international students to get work experience while they study, the Netherlands has become an even more attractive country to study law.
Preventing Future Breaches: LL.M.s in Cybersecurity
By B. Xu on Feb 06, 2017
With data breaches and privacy issues on the rise, an LL.M. in Cybersecurity could lend an upper hand for those seeking an edge in a burgeoning field.
In-Depth: The American Bar Exam
By B. Xu on Jan 07, 2017
Confused about the differences between the UBE and MBE? Don’t know if you’re eligible to take the bar exam? You’re not alone. A guide to help LL.M. students and graduates navigate the US bar exam.
Using the LL.M. to Take the American Bar Exam
By Emily Cataneo on Sep 19, 2016
Foreign-trained lawyers can use LL.M.s to gain bar eligibility in several US states, but should beware that eligibility requirements are continuously evolving.
LL.M.s in China: Studying Law in a Whirlwind Economy
By Emily Cataneo on Sep 06, 2016
Western students can use an LL.M. to learn more about China’s evolving legal system. But for lawyers who want to work in the country, there are a few things to keep in mind.
LL.M. Admissions: Tackling a Low TOEFL or IELTS Score
By Emily Cataneo on Jun 29, 2016
How some schools now offer intensive English courses that give students the chance to overcome a low TOEFL or IELTS score