I have a US undergrad degree in international affairs and I am interested in international comparative law (Europe, Russia, China). My dream is to work in Europe (Switzerland, Germany, Austria, etc.) in the future.

My questions are:
1) Since I'm not interested in the US laws, shall I apply directly to LLM in Europe?

2) Considering that I do not have any experience in law, how is that going to affect my application and my course of study?

3) Shall I complete my JD in the US and then apply for LLM in Europe? I heard that a US degree in comparative international law will require me to learn the US laws. Is that true?

[Edited by Sabrina SZS on Jan 17, 2020]