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zarlingo
someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?
someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?
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mcordero
someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?


ISDE has two LLM completely instructed in English: LLM in International Law and LLM in International Sports Law. If you want more information about any of the programs, send an email to: masters@isdemasters.com
<blockquote>someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?</blockquote>

ISDE has two LLM completely instructed in English: LLM in International Law and LLM in International Sports Law. If you want more information about any of the programs, send an email to: masters@isdemasters.com
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InSearch
Hi,

Are there any alumni from for the international sports law LLM in Madrid who can give some good advice?
I am eager to get selected for the program in 2013 and I am now looking for some advice on how to get in. I am currently a student in Law.
My grades are ok, but is it a certainty that i won't get in if i haven't got the best grades? Or are there other criteria i can try to fulfill?

Are there other worthy alternatives?

Thanks!
Hi,

Are there any alumni from for the international sports law LLM in Madrid who can give some good advice?
I am eager to get selected for the program in 2013 and I am now looking for some advice on how to get in. I am currently a student in Law.
My grades are ok, but is it a certainty that i won't get in if i haven't got the best grades? Or are there other criteria i can try to fulfill?

Are there other worthy alternatives?

Thanks!
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mcordero
This is Montse Cordero, Admissions Coordinator of the Master in International Sports Law LL.M.
You are very welcome to send us by mail your CV and motivation letter in order to start with the Admissions Procedure.
We will provide you as well with contact details of alumni from former Editions of the Master so they can tell you about their studying and working experiences in law firms and organizations as FIFA or UEFA .
Best Regards.
This is Montse Cordero, Admissions Coordinator of the Master in International Sports Law LL.M.
You are very welcome to send us by mail your CV and motivation letter in order to start with the Admissions Procedure.
We will provide you as well with contact details of alumni from former Editions of the Master so they can tell you about their studying and working experiences in law firms and organizations as FIFA or UEFA .
Best Regards.
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marianby
someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?


I am currently doing the master in international law and right now I'm on the second part of the program, the internship, if you want I could tell you about the advantages and disadvantages of doing it. Or if you prefer talking about the school in itself. Feel free to contact me.
Cheers!
<blockquote>someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?</blockquote>

I am currently doing the master in international law and right now I'm on the second part of the program, the internship, if you want I could tell you about the advantages and disadvantages of doing it. Or if you prefer talking about the school in itself. Feel free to contact me.
Cheers!
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pegpole
someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?


I am currently doing the master in international law and right now I'm on the second part of the program, the internship, if you want I could tell you about the advantages and disadvantages of doing it. Or if you prefer talking about the school in itself. Feel free to contact me.
Cheers!


marianby:

Hello there, can you tell me about the whole ISDE experience? (cost of attendance, housing, and specially the internship stage)

I´m interested in take an LLM in Spain but I don´t know about this school prestige and quality.

Regards.

marian
<blockquote><blockquote>someone knows something about the llm of isde school in spain (international lawyer)?</blockquote>

I am currently doing the master in international law and right now I'm on the second part of the program, the internship, if you want I could tell you about the advantages and disadvantages of doing it. Or if you prefer talking about the school in itself. Feel free to contact me.
Cheers!</blockquote>

marianby:

Hello there, can you tell me about the whole ISDE experience? (cost of attendance, housing, and specially the internship stage)

I´m interested in take an LLM in Spain but I don´t know about this school prestige and quality.

Regards.

marian
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f.alman
Hi, I'm also interested in learning about the ISDE experience. If you could provide some info I would appreciate.

Thanks
Hi, I'm also interested in learning about the ISDE experience. If you could provide some info I would appreciate.

Thanks
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Sarah621
Hello,

I know it's been a while but I would like to know more about the LLM program provided by ISDE. I want to apply for 2014. What are the advantages/disadvantages of such a program? And what are the jobs opportunities afterwards?

Sarah
Hello,

I know it's been a while but I would like to know more about the LLM program provided by ISDE. I want to apply for 2014. What are the advantages/disadvantages of such a program? And what are the jobs opportunities afterwards?

Sarah
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JJLAW
I did the online LLM in International Law, International Commerce and International Relationship.

I have to say that is the worst University I´ve ever seen.
The materials that they give you to study are from past years, also the professors don´t give you the attention you need to do a Master Degree.
The periodically tests comes with errors in the questions, and sometimes they correct you but sometimes don´t.

I don´t recommend this masters degree not even to my worst enemy. It is a waste of money.

I don´t recommend a masters degree in law online, a masters degree is 70% contacts you meet there and 30% study.
On a good online masters degree you loose that 70%, on ISDE you loose 100%, because you don´t read form books, you read from photocopies that are from 4 or 5 years old, so, many law issues are outdated.

They tell you that after you finish your degree you will have the opportunity to get into a job board, but they don´t even mention it.
I did the online LLM in International Law, International Commerce and International Relationship.

I have to say that is the worst University I´ve ever seen.
The materials that they give you to study are from past years, also the professors don´t give you the attention you need to do a Master Degree.
The periodically tests comes with errors in the questions, and sometimes they correct you but sometimes don´t.

I don´t recommend this masters degree not even to my worst enemy. It is a waste of money.

I don´t recommend a masters degree in law online, a masters degree is 70% contacts you meet there and 30% study.
On a good online masters degree you loose that 70%, on ISDE you loose 100%, because you don´t read form books, you read from photocopies that are from 4 or 5 years old, so, many law issues are outdated.

They tell you that after you finish your degree you will have the opportunity to get into a job board, but they don´t even mention it.
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The ISDE Programs in Sports Law, in Madrid and in NY, are amazing programs. ISDE has former students working at FIFA, Legal Departments of Clubs, Football Associations, and lawfirms all around the world and it has made the dreams of many people come true. They place you in an internship as part of the Program and you make may contacts that allow you to enter the sports market to which otherwise it is almost impossible to access..
you should also know that you have to earn it, you cannot think you will get a job just because you enroll in this Program, you have to work hard to get a position and show that you are what the employers are looking for.
The ISDE Programs in Sports Law, in Madrid and in NY, are amazing programs. ISDE has former students working at FIFA, Legal Departments of Clubs, Football Associations, and lawfirms all around the world and it has made the dreams of many people come true. They place you in an internship as part of the Program and you make may contacts that allow you to enter the sports market to which otherwise it is almost impossible to access..
you should also know that you have to earn it, you cannot think you will get a job just because you enroll in this Program, you have to work hard to get a position and show that you are what the employers are looking for.
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LawyerAr
No international student that does not want to stay in Spain benefits from their masters. They are ridiculously overprized. They are only taught by spanish lawyers (with awful English).


The organization is always chaotic and improvisation seems to rule the program.
The work load is really low, totally manageable.
There is no campus. It is a classic building in the fanciest part of Madrid. Location is really good.
The Tuition is ridiculously high in comparison with other law schools in town that are clearly better options: ICADE - UAM - UC3M.

The word international applied to their masters is embarrasing cause work-wise they do not have any reliable international connection or even recognition. (i know they have some program with Columbia, but God knows how it works...)
Somehow they manage to be in all the rankings fairly well positioned, but the reality couldn't be further from the truth.

They have good connections with big and presigious law firms in Spain, and that ensures good internships for half of the class. The other half will have to settle with any internship that they will come up with along the way.

The only way I would advise anybody to do this program is:
a) you are already an experienced lawyer who wants to learn the basics of law in Spain
b) if you don't really care about education and your goal is to have the oportunity of doing an internship at a spanish law firm.

source: former student of the International law program.
No international student that does not want to stay in Spain benefits from their masters. They are ridiculously overprized. They are only taught by spanish lawyers (with awful English).


The organization is always chaotic and improvisation seems to rule the program.
The work load is really low, totally manageable.
There is no campus. It is a classic building in the fanciest part of Madrid. Location is really good.
The Tuition is ridiculously high in comparison with other law schools in town that are clearly better options: ICADE - UAM - UC3M.

The word international applied to their masters is embarrasing cause work-wise they do not have any reliable international connection or even recognition. (i know they have some program with Columbia, but God knows how it works...)
Somehow they manage to be in all the rankings fairly well positioned, but the reality couldn't be further from the truth.

They have good connections with big and presigious law firms in Spain, and that ensures good internships for half of the class. The other half will have to settle with any internship that they will come up with along the way.

The only way I would advise anybody to do this program is:
a) you are already an experienced lawyer who wants to learn the basics of law in Spain
b) if you don't really care about education and your goal is to have the oportunity of doing an internship at a spanish law firm.

source: former student of the International law program.
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