Current Student Blogs
Cornell Law School LLM 2023 - 2024
My Journey to Cornell Law School
on Sep 07, 2023
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach...
LLM at the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, 2023-2024
Now that you have decided to pursue an LLM degree…
on Sep 20, 2023
Hello from the beautiful town of Marburg! It’s that time of the year. Graduate...
Previous Student Blogs
Georgetown LL.M. 2022-2023
A Georgetown student hailing from the Philippines blogs about her experiences in Washington, DC, while studying for an LL.M. in Technology Law and Policy.
Duke LL.M. 2022-2023
This blog chronicles the experiences of Christoph Niessen, from Germany, who is pursuing an LL.M. at Duke Law School.
UC Berkeley LL.M. 2021-2022
A student from Germany discusses his experiences doing the LL.M. at Berkeley during a global pandemic.
UCLA LL.M. 2021-2022
This blog covers an international student's experience as an LL.M. applicant and student, and her year as a Bruin
KCL LL.M. 2020-2021
An LL.M. student at King's College London blogs about the program, the law school and student life in London.
NYU LL.M. 2020-2021
An lawyer from Australia doing her LL.M. at NYU discusses her experiences on- and off-campus, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Edinburgh Online LL.M. 2019-2020
This prosecutor from Brazil is pursing an Online LL.M. program in Information Technology Law from the University of Edinburgh. Follow her experiences as she takes classes and fits the coursework into her busy schedule.
LSE LL.M. 2019-2020
Follow the adventures of a student from Russia delves into the LL.M. from LSE and life in London
UCL LL.M. 2018-2019
A student doing her LL.M. at University College London writes about her experiences.
Stanford LL.M. 2017-2018
This blog aims to provide insights from a year on graduate studies at Stanford Law School.
Columbia LL.M. 2016-2017
An LL.M. student at Columbia talks about New York City, the academic experience, and more.
Harvard LL.M. 2014-2015
A law graduate from Europe blogs about his experiences in the Master of Laws (LLM) program at Harvard Law School