LLM from Europe


Im currently doing my LLB from India in my native place and I’m considering doing a Masters in Law from Europe.
Could anyone suggest a good course and college which has a good chance of giving me a career preferably in Europe itself

I have looked into Air and Space Law from Leiden University and also Public International Law also from Leiden.( Heard that Public International Law is a very hard degree to affirm a job anywhere.)

I’m looking for a college in the Schengen region which gives a comparitively good chance for securing a career in Europe preferably.
Any help would be much appreciated

PS: How is the scope for Air and Space Law and are there any companies looking for graduates of this course

Im currently doing my LLB from India in my native place and I’m considering doing a Masters in Law from Europe.
Could anyone suggest a good course and college which has a good chance of giving me a career preferably in Europe itself

I have looked into Air and Space Law from Leiden University and also Public International Law also from Leiden.( Heard that Public International Law is a very hard degree to affirm a job anywhere.)

I’m looking for a college in the Schengen region which gives a comparitively good chance for securing a career in Europe preferably.
Any help would be much appreciated

PS: How is the scope for Air and Space Law and are there any companies looking for graduates of this course
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chicken so...

Air and Space Law is rather niche - have you surveyed the kinds of companies that you would be interested in working for to see if their employees tend to have LLMs? 

Due to the barriers to practicing law abroad, an LLM isn't really the best enabler of international mobility. Most graduates of these programs tend to go back to their home countries and put their skills to use where they can practice. 

Because of this, most schools won't really focus on helping grads land jobs (at least compared to, say, business schools with MBA programs.)

Air and Space Law is rather niche - have you surveyed the kinds of companies that you would be interested in working for to see if their employees tend to have LLMs?&nbsp;<br><br>Due to the barriers to practicing law abroad, an LLM isn't really the best enabler of international mobility. Most graduates of these programs tend to go back to their home countries and put their skills to use where they can practice.&nbsp;<br><br>Because of this, most schools won't really focus on helping grads land jobs (at least compared to, say, business schools with MBA programs.)
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