Dear forum.

I'm a Law student finishing a Bachelor's Degree. Of course I am interested in what I study, but I am not the typical Law student who is into pure Law subjects. I really enjoy politics and economics (not the part specifically related to accountancy and numbers, but the competition, markets, and more theoretical one).

The employability is something that I really value. I would like to work in the private sector (consulting, etc), but I wouldn't mind to work in EU institutions or similars too, even though I know it's really tough to get there.

Bearing this in mind, should I take a Law and Economics LLM programme or a EU Law one? Which one is more complete? Should I take a different programme to these two?

Thank you so much for your time.