LLM Corporate Laws from New Zealand


juhi_9899

Greetings!
I am a practicing Advocate at the Delhi High Court. I intend to pursue my LLM in Corporate Laws from New Zealand. UofA, VUofW, University of Waikato and AUT are my preferred institutes where I'll be applying for July 2021 intake. Any suggestion as to which is the better amongst all?

Greetings!
I am a practicing Advocate at the Delhi High Court. I intend to pursue my LLM in Corporate Laws from New Zealand. UofA, VUofW, University of Waikato and AUT are my preferred institutes where I'll be applying for July 2021 intake. Any suggestion as to which is the better amongst all?
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chicken so...

Based on the rankings out there, I would generally rate these schools like this:

Auckland
AUT
- gap - 
The others. 

More specially speaking, it looks like Auckland has the most robust of the corporate law departments of these schools - but you should certainly take a look at all of them and see if the research output / faculty of one of the schools resonates more with you. 

Based on the rankings out there, I would generally rate these schools like this:<br><br>Auckland<br>AUT<br>- gap -&nbsp;<br>The others.&nbsp;<br><br>More specially speaking, it looks like Auckland has the most robust of the corporate law departments of these schools - but you should certainly take a look at all of them and see if the research output / faculty of one of the schools resonates more with you.&nbsp;
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juhi_9899

Thank you very much, appreciate your help.

Thank you very much, appreciate your help.
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