Dear colleagues and friends,

I want to work as a lawyer in the field of international and transnational criminal law in the future (dealing with topics such as international organized crime). Which LL. M. programme would you recommend and prefer? I hear often, that Leiden Law School is the best option by far in the Netherlands and worldwide. Nevertheless, the programmes in Amsterdam (Transnational Criminal Law), Groningen (Global Criminal Law) and Turin (Transnational Crime and Justice) sound very very good, too and more specific regarding my professional goal. Would you nevertheless argue, that Leiden Law School is still the better option? I was already admitted in Leiden for the start in February 2022 but think about applying for Amsterdam and Groningen too. And I applied for Turin today.

Thank you very much for your feedback and help.

Cheers from Heidelberg, Germany