Public International Law


bm1234

Hi guys,
I'm doing some research but I still haven't made up my mind about the best university for me.

I'm looking for a Public International Law LLM, possibly with a human rights approach. I've read about Leiden, Lund, Essex

If you could give me some tips, it would be really helpful!! Thank you :)

[Edited by bm1234 on Mar 15, 2019]

Hi guys,
I'm doing some research but I still haven't made up my mind about the best university for me.

I'm looking for a Public International Law LLM, possibly with a human rights approach. I've read about Leiden, Lund, Essex…

If you could give me some tips, it would be really helpful!! Thank you :)
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anettevs

hello,

Have you already thought about http://en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/european-and-international-human-rights-law-advanced/en/introduction which is a specialised programme on human rights law? Do you by any chance hold some work experience in this field as well? Usually this will increase your chances.
Kind regards,
Anette

hello,

Have you already thought about http://en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/european-and-international-human-rights-law-advanced/en/introduction which is a specialised programme on human rights law? Do you by any chance hold some work experience in this field as well? Usually this will increase your chances.
Kind regards,
Anette

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Hello!

if anyone does not mind answering a couple of questions:

1) I want to pursue an advanced LL.M in Public International Law with a specialisation in International Criminal Law. Can anyone please tell me if I do not have any work experience, will it affect my application? It is not like work experience in the conventional sense, more like internships undergone during my course at law school. 6 in all, 2 in international organisations. I still have to graduate in May 2016

2) I do have publications. 7 in corporate law, tax law and IPR Law and then I really took up PIL and published two papers on international criminal law. how well does this seem to fare?

Hello!

if anyone does not mind answering a couple of questions:

1) I want to pursue an advanced LL.M in Public International Law with a specialisation in International Criminal Law. Can anyone please tell me if I do not have any work experience, will it affect my application? It is not like work experience in the conventional sense, more like internships undergone during my course at law school. 6 in all, 2 in international organisations. I still have to graduate in May 2016

2) I do have publications. 7 in corporate law, tax law and IPR Law and then I really took up PIL and published two papers on international criminal law. how well does this seem to fare?
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