Advanced Masters in PIL (Peace, Justice and Development)


digvijayr1...

Anyone applying for it? we can have a discussion thread here to discuss the process difficulties. It can be helpful for all of us.

People can put up queries and have discussions on the scope of the program.

Looking forward to productive discussions here.

Anyone applying for it? we can have a discussion thread here to discuss the process difficulties. It can be helpful for all of us.

People can put up queries and have discussions on the scope of the program.

Looking forward to productive discussions here.
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o_bless

Hi, I am actually looking into llm studies in human rights. Just came across this thread which made me curious. Never heard of a specialisation in peace justice and development. I saw Leiden offers this program, as well as University of Bridgeport and University of Lancaster and University of Limerick. Will it change my perspective in job hunting to pursue an LLM in Peace and Justice as it contains elements of human rights as well as public law?

Hi, I am actually looking into llm studies in human rights. Just came across this thread which made me curious. Never heard of a specialisation in peace justice and development. I saw Leiden offers this program, as well as University of Bridgeport and University of Lancaster and University of Limerick. Will it change my perspective in job hunting to pursue an LLM in Peace and Justice as it contains elements of human rights as well as public law?
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AndrewIT

Hi, I am actually looking into llm studies in human rights. Just came across this thread which made me curious. Never heard of a specialisation in peace justice and development. I saw Leiden offers this program, as well as University of Bridgeport and University of Lancaster and University of Limerick. Will it change my perspective in job hunting to pursue an LLM in Peace and Justice as it contains elements of human rights as well as public law?


LL.M. Advanced Studies in Public International Law doesn't have a spring intake though.
Nevertheless I might be interested.

<blockquote>Hi, I am actually looking into llm studies in human rights. Just came across this thread which made me curious. Never heard of a specialisation in peace justice and development. I saw Leiden offers this program, as well as University of Bridgeport and University of Lancaster and University of Limerick. Will it change my perspective in job hunting to pursue an LLM in Peace and Justice as it contains elements of human rights as well as public law?</blockquote>

LL.M. Advanced Studies in Public International Law doesn't have a spring intake though.
Nevertheless I might be interested.
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digvijayr1...

Sorry for the late reply.

Leiden University is a research oriented University with a focus on the jurisprudential aspects of International law. As far as job hunting is concerned I too am a newbie to this segment and don't know much about it. But what I can tell you is that it will certainly help you to have a good academic orientation to your perspective of International law and trains you to be a good policy maker. This can probably then help you secure a job in your own country as a legal adviser in the various Government departments.

Sorry for the late reply.

Leiden University is a research oriented University with a focus on the jurisprudential aspects of International law. As far as job hunting is concerned I too am a newbie to this segment and don't know much about it. But what I can tell you is that it will certainly help you to have a good academic orientation to your perspective of International law and trains you to be a good policy maker. This can probably then help you secure a job in your own country as a legal adviser in the various Government departments.
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Hello!

if anyone does not mind answering a couple of questions:

1) I want to pursue an advanced LL.M in Public International Law with a specialisation in International Criminal Law. Can anyone please tell me if I do not have any work experience, will it affect my application? It is not like work experience in the conventional sense, more like internships undergone during my course at law school. 6 in all, 2 in international organisations. I still have to graduate in May 2016

2) I do have publications. 7 in corporate law, tax law and IPR Law and then I really took up PIL and published two papers on international criminal law. how well does this seem to fare?

Hello!

if anyone does not mind answering a couple of questions:

1) I want to pursue an advanced LL.M in Public International Law with a specialisation in International Criminal Law. Can anyone please tell me if I do not have any work experience, will it affect my application? It is not like work experience in the conventional sense, more like internships undergone during my course at law school. 6 in all, 2 in international organisations. I still have to graduate in May 2016

2) I do have publications. 7 in corporate law, tax law and IPR Law and then I really took up PIL and published two papers on international criminal law. how well does this seem to fare?

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