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Miriam
Hey there! I read the posts about mastrieas and everything but I was wondering wether there might be any LLMs in Brazil. I would certainly go for it if they had a good one, so if anybody knows about anything in tzhis context please share it with me! Thanks a lot!
Hey there! I read the posts about mastrieas and everything but I was wondering wether there might be any LLMs in Brazil. I would certainly go for it if they had a good one, so if anybody knows about anything in tzhis context please share it with me! Thanks a lot!
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Jorge
Hi Miriam
As far as I know in Brazil is the same way as in the rest of latin America, so no LLMs in English, but I dont know for sure
Hi Miriam
As far as I know in Brazil is the same way as in the rest of latin America, so no LLMs in English, but I dont know for sure
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Miriam
Thanks Jorge! Thats such a pity... Anyway, I'll try another post in Portuguese maybe there are some Brazilians out there who know for sure.
See you!
Miriam
Thanks Jorge! Thats such a pity... Anyway, I'll try another post in Portuguese maybe there are some Brazilians out there who know for sure.
See you!
Miriam
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Jorge
Good luck Miriam!
Good luck Miriam!
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Miriam
Oi dav! Gostaria muito estudar em Sao Paolo, uma cidade fantastica nao e? Eu quero fazer um LLM, acho que as universidades em Sao Paolo ofrecem so meastrias. Mas parcece que a dois Programas de LLM no Brasil (Ibmec) em Rio e Sao paolo. A unica coisa e que o meo Portugues nao e tao bom... Acho que nao posso fazer um programa de direito enteiramente em Portugues.
How long did you stay in SP? Were you there for a PhD? Very interested in hearing more about how it is to actually live there.
M
Oi dav! Gostaria muito estudar em Sao Paolo, uma cidade fantastica nao e? Eu quero fazer um LLM, acho que as universidades em Sao Paolo ofrecem so meastrias. Mas parcece que a dois Programas de LLM no Brasil (Ibmec) em Rio e Sao paolo. A unica coisa e que o meo Portugues nao e tao bom... Acho que nao posso fazer um programa de direito enteiramente em Portugues.
How long did you stay in SP? Were you there for a PhD? Very interested in hearing more about how it is to actually live there.
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Miriam
Hey Dav! Where did your board post go..?!
Hey Dav! Where did your board post go..?!
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Tommy
Ok, I have browsed through the board and its topics, and I believe this one to be the most appropriate to
the issue I am bringing at this time.

I have seen your postings here, and have come to the conclusion that some of you harbor good knowledge regarding general information
to th admissions to the bar exam in America.

I took the opportunity to read 'section' (?) or paragraph 520.6 of the NY state bar regulation which points out the guidelines for foreigners to take the exam in NY.
Nevertheless, I have not yet clearly understood the requirements set forth. Maybe you could help me understand it a little better.

-What does a "first degree" in law - in the US - mean?
-What is the "pro hac vice" procedure? I read it, but could not fully comprehend it.
-Would Brazil be considered a country with principles set under the English Common Law? I know it is based on Roman Law, but what would "principles" be considered, in casu?

I will be a licensed attorney with a bachelor in law from Brazil wishing to take the bar in America.

I know that many from Brazil have taken the bar after completing the LLM courses in the states.
However, what I do wonder is about the possibility of taking the exam without the LLM. It would be a situation solely based on a foreigner bachelor's degree + license to act as an attorney at my country of origin.

Anyone?

Sincerely,

Tom (SP/SP)
Ok, I have browsed through the board and its topics, and I believe this one to be the most appropriate to
the issue I am bringing at this time.

I have seen your postings here, and have come to the conclusion that some of you harbor good knowledge regarding general information
to th admissions to the bar exam in America.

I took the opportunity to read 'section' (?) or paragraph 520.6 of the NY state bar regulation which points out the guidelines for foreigners to take the exam in NY.
Nevertheless, I have not yet clearly understood the requirements set forth. Maybe you could help me understand it a little better.

-What does a "first degree" in law - in the US - mean?
-What is the "pro hac vice" procedure? I read it, but could not fully comprehend it.
-Would Brazil be considered a country with principles set under the English Common Law? I know it is based on Roman Law, but what would "principles" be considered, in casu?

I will be a licensed attorney with a bachelor in law from Brazil wishing to take the bar in America.

I know that many from Brazil have taken the bar after completing the LLM courses in the states.
However, what I do wonder is about the possibility of taking the exam without the LLM. It would be a situation solely based on a foreigner bachelor's degree + license to act as an attorney at my country of origin.

Anyone?

Sincerely,

Tom (SP/SP)
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