I've kind of narrowed it down to these two schools but would love to hear any opinions on which might be better in terms of employability, specifically within the NL. Thanks.
LSE vs Leiden, employability
I agree with Comment No.2 Otherwise, you can look up the alumni's LinkedIn profile. Please be aware that most lawyers, who are foreigners, return to their homes once they graduate.
NL seems to be a good start for international law lawyers. However, I still think London is a door of opportunities so far, but the competition is intense, given that there are plenty of graduates from prestigious law schools.
It may depend on your particular specialism too. Something generic like corporate or international law may be less easily employable compared to, say, tax.
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