Hey everyone! I'm currently exploring LLM programs in Europe and would love your advice. I'm particularly interested in studying international law or European Union law. I've been looking into renowned schools like Leiden University in the Netherlands, the University of Edinburgh in the UK, and the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Does anyone have any insights into the quality of these programs or recommendations for other top-notch European universities? Your expertise would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
LLM Programs in Europe
Preaching for my conscription... you could also consider one of the LLM from University Paris Panthéon Assas, #1 law university in France.
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