LLM in international trade law


Paulchile

What do you think about the LLM in International Economic Law and Policy from the University of Barcelonat (IELPO)? the program seems pretty interesting...Watch here: www.ielpo.org
Thank you for your answers.....

What do you think about the LLM in International Economic Law and Policy from the University of Barcelonat (IELPO)? the program seems pretty interesting...Watch here: www.ielpo.org
Thank you for your answers.....
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yzy8888

Is there any LLM student from the university of Arizona. .???

Is there any LLM student from the university of Arizona. .???
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mmymz

hey guys, am very much interested in the this cause as well, where can i get a scholarship for it, or rather which uni can i apply to that i can get a scholarship as well

hey guys, am very much interested in the this cause as well, where can i get a scholarship for it, or rather which uni can i apply to that i can get a scholarship as well
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yzy8888

I think you should check out the university of Arizona. ..by the way where are you from?

I think you should check out the university of Arizona. ..by the way where are you from?
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mmymz

thanks, will check that one out, am from Botswana.

thanks, will check that one out, am from Botswana.
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atkins

Yes, it is true that NYU is better ranked that Georgetown. However, NYU's curriculum doesn't have as many international trade law courses as Georgetown.
Additionally, Gtown has the Institute of International Economic Law, directed by Mr. John Jackson...
I don't know about the number of LLM students in Gtown, but I've heard that NYU admits an awful lot of them...
There are pros and cons for both, and I just can't seem to make up my mind with any of them...


They are both outstanding programs. You can't lose with either. John Jackson at Georgetown is a living legend. NYU has some of the best trade law experts (e.g., J.H.H. Weiler) and some great newer economic law experts. It's like comparing nectarines to peaches..both are great. Do you prefer NYC over DC...or vice versa?

Another good program is Michigan, where yet another guru, Don Regan, teaches. Interestingly, several of the stars of world trade taught at Michigan before branching out to other schools.

<blockquote>Yes, it is true that NYU is better ranked that Georgetown. However, NYU's curriculum doesn't have as many international trade law courses as Georgetown.
Additionally, Gtown has the Institute of International Economic Law, directed by Mr. John Jackson...
I don't know about the number of LLM students in Gtown, but I've heard that NYU admits an awful lot of them...
There are pros and cons for both, and I just can't seem to make up my mind with any of them...</blockquote>

They are both outstanding programs. You can't lose with either. John Jackson at Georgetown is a living legend. NYU has some of the best trade law experts (e.g., J.H.H. Weiler) and some great newer economic law experts. It's like comparing nectarines to peaches..both are great. Do you prefer NYC over DC...or vice versa?

Another good program is Michigan, where yet another guru, Don Regan, teaches. Interestingly, several of the stars of world trade taught at Michigan before branching out to other schools.
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Oldtimer

This is an old thread, but I thought others would eventually be interested to know that Stanford opened a new LLM entitled "LLM in International Economic Law, Business & Policy". I understand that the program began in 2010 and is lead by professor Alan Sykes, who is well respected in the field (and connected). I understand the program to be broader than just international trade, which together with Stanford's reputation may help to open doors.

Link to the program here: http://www.law.stanford.edu/program/degrees/advanced/llm_ielbp/

This is an old thread, but I thought others would eventually be interested to know that Stanford opened a new LLM entitled "LLM in International Economic Law, Business & Policy". I understand that the program began in 2010 and is lead by professor Alan Sykes, who is well respected in the field (and connected). I understand the program to be broader than just international trade, which together with Stanford's reputation may help to open doors.

Link to the program here: http://www.law.stanford.edu/program/degrees/advanced/llm_ielbp/
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