LLM in Beijing


Hi,
I would like to know your opinion on attending an LLM in Chinese Law in Beijing. Do you think is a good option for job prospect?

Hi,
I would like to know your opinion on attending an LLM in Chinese Law in Beijing. Do you think is a good option for job prospect?
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Is it the program at Tsinghua?

While this LLM would help, speaking Chinese would be your best asset in the Chinese job market.

Is it the program at Tsinghua?

While this LLM would help, speaking Chinese would be your best asset in the Chinese job market.
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appleice

Hi,
I would like to know your opinion on attending an LLM in Chinese Law in Beijing. Do you think is a good option for job prospect?


it is not necessary to have an llm degree for job hunting in China, but usually they require a bachelor degree in law and a foreign qualification. if you can speak chinese well, it will be much easier.

<blockquote>Hi,
I would like to know your opinion on attending an LLM in Chinese Law in Beijing. Do you think is a good option for job prospect?</blockquote>

it is not necessary to have an llm degree for job hunting in China, but usually they require a bachelor degree in law and a foreign qualification. if you can speak chinese well, it will be much easier.
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kaleyw

I speak Chinese fluently and have my law degree from the university of florida. I am trying to get placed over in China somehow. What are the best ways of doing this? Is the LLM my best shot at getting placed over there or are there better options? thanks

I speak Chinese fluently and have my law degree from the university of florida. I am trying to get placed over in China somehow. What are the best ways of doing this? Is the LLM my best shot at getting placed over there or are there better options? thanks
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If you already have a US degree and you speak Chinese fluently (i.e. are able to work in Chinese) you might not need an LLM to be placed in China.

I think the best way is to contact any lawyers you might know in China. If they can get you introductions to partners in law firms, that would be your best bet.

If you dont know anyone, then I suggest you start doing some research on the firms you would like to work in and email the relevant partner directly. Something might come out of that.

good luck!

If you already have a US degree and you speak Chinese fluently (i.e. are able to work in Chinese) you might not need an LLM to be placed in China.

I think the best way is to contact any lawyers you might know in China. If they can get you introductions to partners in law firms, that would be your best bet.

If you dont know anyone, then I suggest you start doing some research on the firms you would like to work in and email the relevant partner directly. Something might come out of that.

good luck!
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kaleyw

thanks so much for your post!

thanks so much for your post!
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rompicapo

Hi Guys, thank you for your posts. Since I last wrote on this forum, I have been accepted to Renmin University of China School of Law for a Master of Chinese Law starting in September 2011. I was wondering if anyone had any insight regarding this school, the program, and the jobs prospect after that, etc..... I would very welcome any comment you have.
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Hi Guys, thank you for your posts. Since I last wrote on this forum, I have been accepted to Renmin University of China School of Law for a Master of Chinese Law starting in September 2011. I was wondering if anyone had any insight regarding this school, the program, and the jobs prospect after that, etc..... I would very welcome any comment you have.
Best
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Peter Jim

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Peter Jim

The LL.M. Program taught in English at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China is the first LL.M. on Chinese Law in China. It has run for 6 years with more than a hundred graduates from the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Singapore, Australia, etc. It is the best in China. Its web-site is the follows: http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/lawen/3534/index.html

The LL.M. Program taught in English at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China is the first LL.M. on Chinese Law in China. It has run for 6 years with more than a hundred graduates from the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Singapore, Australia, etc. It is the best in China. Its web-site is the follows: http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/lawen/3534/index.html
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