Aviation Law Masters


Kwheel
Hi,
I'm an unemployed law graduate (suprise!) I am considering studying an Aviation Law Masters in Canada to further my prospects of employment. I want to know if anyone knows of job opportunities in aviation law. I currently live in Ireland and will want to work somewhere in Europe in the future. Is it worth my time and money doing this course? Any help would be much appreciated!
Hi,
I'm an unemployed law graduate (suprise!) I am considering studying an Aviation Law Masters in Canada to further my prospects of employment. I want to know if anyone knows of job opportunities in aviation law. I currently live in Ireland and will want to work somewhere in Europe in the future. Is it worth my time and money doing this course? Any help would be much appreciated!
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elsaedv
Hey Kwheel.

I'm in the same situation as you are and was wondering if you'd gotten any new information?
Hey Kwheel.

I'm in the same situation as you are and was wondering if you'd gotten any new information?
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Hi.

I'm from Australia and interested in aviation law. My referee works in the field and told me that he wouldn't employ without (a) an LLM in either air/space or shipping law OR (b) some experience in the field.

I've applied for the McGill LLM, but I don't know what the jobs outlook is like in US/Canada/Europe. My ref says that job prospects should be reasonably good in US/Canada after graduation if you can show (a) a special interest, (b) excellent marks and (c) publications.

More study, I guess, and you can't go wrong.

Kind Regards
Hi.

I'm from Australia and interested in aviation law. My referee works in the field and told me that he wouldn't employ without (a) an LLM in either air/space or shipping law OR (b) some experience in the field.

I've applied for the McGill LLM, but I don't know what the jobs outlook is like in US/Canada/Europe. My ref says that job prospects should be reasonably good in US/Canada after graduation if you can show (a) a special interest, (b) excellent marks and (c) publications.

More study, I guess, and you can't go wrong.

Kind Regards
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