US Students In Europe


bostx

Anyone here from the States get their LLM in Europe after finishing law school? If so, where did you go, and what was your experience throughout? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

Anyone here from the States get their LLM in Europe after finishing law school? If so, where did you go, and what was your experience throughout? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Moe79

I am currently getting a JD in the US and want to live and work in Europe when I graduate. I am concentrating in International Law and I am on the Transnational Law Review at my law school. I am most interested in settling to live in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, or London. Do I need an LLM from a European school to find a job in Europe and become an EU citizen? Since I want to work in public interest law (environmental) I'd like to keep costs down and attend an LLM that is free (or at least very cheap). So far I have researched the programs at Lund University in Sweden and Leiden in the Netherlands. Any other suggestions? Thanks.

I am currently getting a JD in the US and want to live and work in Europe when I graduate. I am concentrating in International Law and I am on the Transnational Law Review at my law school. I am most interested in settling to live in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, or London. Do I need an LLM from a European school to find a job in Europe and become an EU citizen? Since I want to work in public interest law (environmental) I'd like to keep costs down and attend an LLM that is free (or at least very cheap). So far I have researched the programs at Lund University in Sweden and Leiden in the Netherlands. Any other suggestions? Thanks.
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Haixing

Hi,
actually the places you want to go for (London, Copenhagen, Amsterdam) are really expensive (cost of living is really high). Even if the University fees are less than what you would pay in the US (for some, but in London it is really expensive too). Try to check Switzerland's University program. It might be all and all cheaper. There is the European Law Insitute in Fribourg, if you're interested in European Law.

Hi,
actually the places you want to go for (London, Copenhagen, Amsterdam) are really expensive (cost of living is really high). Even if the University fees are less than what you would pay in the US (for some, but in London it is really expensive too). Try to check Switzerland's University program. It might be all and all cheaper. There is the European Law Insitute in Fribourg, if you're interested in European Law.
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