Hi guys, I am a lawyer from Greece (28 years old) and I already have an LLM from Queen Mary University in Commercial Law (obtained in 2016). During the last couple of years I've been trying to find a proper legal job abroad but to no avail (I can't even find an internship). I know the reason for this, it is because I left too much time to pass between my LLM and my job search abroad, I chose to work for a Greek firm instead and now my LLM seems too distant to potential employers. Which made me decide to do a second LLM and given my aversion to Competition Law and Finance Law and all these fancy law and economic LLMs, which would probably get me a job but would make me end up miserable, I tried to find something different. Food has always been a keen interest of mine and I would love to get to know it from a regulatory perspective. So I thought to pursue the LLM in Food law in Luiss Carli. Reading the admissions criteria, I can see they are not too strict, but there again, an interview might be conducted, which makes me a bit nervous regarding the admission statistics. I have absolutely no experience with food law and my latest work experience was 8 months ago, since then I have been focusing on furthering my education via some online courses (one is Food law in University of Reading by the way). Do I stand any chance of getting in? I am afraid they might turn out to be stricter than I think. What do you think, do you believe they are strict admissions wise or not? I have the documentation needed (good transcripts, a letter of reference) but really it is up to them. Thanks in advance.
[Edited by Kitten25 on May 16, 2020]