Melli and Juliette???


kikko78
I was wondering what, at the end, will u do...
Where did u apply and where have u been accepted..
Did u choos where to go???
I only applied to Hk and Beijing... so i guess that at the end i will go to chine..
I am taking lots of contacts in china so i hope it will help me once i'll be there!!
I am full of dubts about doing this LLm in china... but afterall Masters are just another piece of paper... in my prospective it's way to live in another country and witnesess how tings works like over there...and mean while build up a web of reletions...
I still like the idea of doing the llm in china instead of Usa and Uk, maybe it's a bit pioneristic and somehow risky.. but... no risk.. no rich.. well jokes apart, at least, i'm gonna eat noddles for an year!!
I was wondering what, at the end, will u do...
Where did u apply and where have u been accepted..
Did u choos where to go???
I only applied to Hk and Beijing... so i guess that at the end i will go to chine..
I am taking lots of contacts in china so i hope it will help me once i'll be there!!
I am full of dubts about doing this LLm in china... but afterall Masters are just another piece of paper... in my prospective it's way to live in another country and witnesess how tings works like over there...and mean while build up a web of reletions...
I still like the idea of doing the llm in china instead of Usa and Uk, maybe it's a bit pioneristic and somehow risky.. but... no risk.. no rich.. well jokes apart, at least, i'm gonna eat noddles for an year!!
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Nikolas
Sounds like it will be an intersting year! As China is become more important every day this may really boost your carreer oportunities... If things will not work out in the Chinese law business you may still take it as a good experience. I remember a solicitor who had his office next to my parents house (since the eighties) and his office sign was saying Müller LLM. University of Singapore. I found this quite cool, even though he was mainly doing small cases, and probably no cases at all, which had any connection to Asia. However, I am positive that chances today are much better than then to get a really good job in Europe with an LLM from China!
Sounds like it will be an intersting year! As China is become more important every day this may really boost your carreer oportunities... If things will not work out in the Chinese law business you may still take it as a good experience. I remember a solicitor who had his office next to my parents house (since the eighties) and his office sign was saying Müller LLM. University of Singapore. I found this quite cool, even though he was mainly doing small cases, and probably no cases at all, which had any connection to Asia. However, I am positive that chances today are much better than then to get a really good job in Europe with an LLM from China!
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juliette
Hi Kikko, I opted for an LLM program in the UK after all, but I am sure you will have a good time in China (and an excellent job afterwards..), have fun!
Juliette
Hi Kikko, I opted for an LLM program in the UK after all, but I am sure you will have a good time in China (and an excellent job afterwards..), have fun!
Juliette
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kikko78
Well, i really hope it will be a useful and nice experience..
We'll see what happen...
I am still unsure if it's better to study in HK or in Beijig..
Hk is surely better organized and offer a better quality of the teaching... but at the same time has a different legal and administrative sistem.. even if the master is about PRC law u won't be able to witness how in practice thins reaLLY WORKS IN CHINA. bUT OTHE OTHER SIDE, IN bEIJING, the master will be focused too much on the "written" chinese law without analyzing the concerete problems...
HK also offer u the possibility to study international business law..wich gives the "chinese law subject" a larger prospective...
I really have no idea what will be better... i will wait to know exactely where i have been accepted and then i will choose!!!
are u planning on doing an LLM in china as well?
Well, i really hope it will be a useful and nice experience..
We'll see what happen...
I am still unsure if it's better to study in HK or in Beijig..
Hk is surely better organized and offer a better quality of the teaching... but at the same time has a different legal and administrative sistem.. even if the master is about PRC law u won't be able to witness how in practice thins reaLLY WORKS IN CHINA. bUT OTHE OTHER SIDE, IN bEIJING, the master will be focused too much on the "written" chinese law without analyzing the concerete problems...
HK also offer u the possibility to study international business law..wich gives the "chinese law subject" a larger prospective...
I really have no idea what will be better... i will wait to know exactely where i have been accepted and then i will choose!!!
are u planning on doing an LLM in china as well?
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Nikolas
Hey kikko, I will apply in the US, but I thought about Asia as well. I would go to Hong Kong, for it is still THE place to do business in Asia, you will not feel as foreign as in Bejing and the universities are prepared to deal with interntional students.
Nikolas
Hey kikko, I will apply in the US, but I thought about Asia as well. I would go to Hong Kong, for it is still THE place to do business in Asia, you will not feel as foreign as in Bejing and the universities are prepared to deal with interntional students.
Nikolas
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kikko78
hello..
Juliette,
i'm sure u'll have lots of fun too.. where are u going? what will u be studing?

Nikolas, same question.. where and what?
and why did u prefere the sua at the end?
hello..
Juliette,
i'm sure u'll have lots of fun too.. where are u going? what will u be studing?

Nikolas, same question.. where and what?
and why did u prefere the sua at the end?
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