LLM competition law & IP Université de Liège


franz.ucl

Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance

Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance
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Ribben

Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance


A friend of mine did the LLM at Liège and got an internship at DG Competition afterwards. So I would think that it is a good way to get started.

[quote]Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance[/quote]

A friend of mine did the LLM at Liège and got an internship at DG Competition afterwards. So I would think that it is a good way to get started.
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Mombastic

Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance


One of the Professors teaching at Liege is Petit N., who is well-known in the field of competition law. That uni is also engaging in topics such as the RP between competition law & new technologies, which is an emerging subject nowadays. If you're interested in competition etc, getting a degree in this specialisation in the hub of competition law in Europe looks good on your CV.

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[quote]Hello there!

I was considering to apply for the bilingual LL.M. in EU Competition & IP Law in Liège.
The problem is that I'm not a lawyer, but I have a background in law & economics.
Do you think is it worth doing an LLM in Liege for a non-lawyer to get into the Brussel job market?
My goal is to get into the EU Institutions, or working for consultancies, organisations dealing with competition and antitrust.

Thanks in advance[/quote]

One of the Professors teaching at Liege is Petit N., who is well-known in the field of competition law. That uni is also engaging in topics such as the RP between competition law & new technologies, which is an emerging subject nowadays. If you're interested in competition etc, getting a degree in this specialisation in the hub of competition law in Europe looks good on your CV.
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EU Commission's DG COMP frequently recruit economists with a strong background in Industrial Organization for backing its case law analysis.

The LLM in Liege, although mainly about law, also provide useful insight on economics!

EU Commission's DG COMP frequently recruit economists with a strong background in Industrial Organization for backing its case law analysis.

The LLM in Liege, although mainly about law, also provide useful insight on economics!
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