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who all are applying for MIDS GENEVA 2017-2018?


Rigi0660
Great guys!

Looking forward to meeting all of you in Geneva in a couple of months.

Warm regards,
Great guys!

Looking forward to meeting all of you in Geneva in a couple of months.

Warm regards,
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Rigi0660
Got an email a couple of days ago from the Director of the program in which he told me that all the scholarships were accepted; thus, there is no funding for me! Anyone got the same email or conversely anyone in the reserve list got any funding?

Warm regards,
Got an email a couple of days ago from the Director of the program in which he told me that all the scholarships were accepted; thus, there is no funding for me! Anyone got the same email or conversely anyone in the reserve list got any funding?

Warm regards,
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Rigi0660
Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!
Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!
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IntArb
Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!


Thank you for providing the information. Hope you get other better opportunities! Best of luck!
[quote]Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!
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Thank you for providing the information. Hope you get other better opportunities! Best of luck!
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Prakhar
By far this is the best report on LLMs in Int. Arbitration.

http://m2-contentieux-arbitrage-marc.u-paris2.fr/Files/GAR_LLM_survey_2012.pdf
By far this is the best report on LLMs in Int. Arbitration.

http://m2-contentieux-arbitrage-marc.u-paris2.fr/Files/GAR_LLM_survey_2012.pdf
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Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!


Have you taken another acceptance?
[quote]Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!
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Have you taken another acceptance?
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beepbeep
Hi guys!

Hope you are doing well and enjoying these stress free days since admissions were released. I wanted to mentioned that I know attorneys that went both to Stockholm and to the MIDS. All of them speak really highly of their respective programs; however, it is worth noticing that while all of the people that attended the MIDS find really good jobs at renown law firms, the people from Stockholm did not find positions after their LL.M. I do not know what’s reason behind this (maybe the people from Stockholm did not search hard enough, or did not networked enough) but I just wanted to let you know.

Warm regards,


Allow me to comment on your post.

One thing that one has to remember when undertaking an LL.M. is that it does not guarantee a job. MIDS and ICAL never make an assurance that their graduates will find a job (although they will help you find one).

Finding a job at a renowned law firm or an arbitral institution requires hardwork, a profile showing your interest in arbitration, and a lot of luck and good timing. Just because one person has taken an LL.M. in arbitration does not mean that he or she will automatically be an ideal candidate for law firm positions. Instead, one's professional experience and/or academic/research interests must, as a whole, demonstrate that he or she "fits the bill."

[Edited by beepbeep on Apr 27, 2017]

[quote]Hi guys!

Hope you are doing well and enjoying these stress free days since admissions were released. I wanted to mentioned that I know attorneys that went both to Stockholm and to the MIDS. All of them speak really highly of their respective programs; however, it is worth noticing that while all of the people that attended the MIDS find really good jobs at renown law firms, the people from Stockholm did not find positions after their LL.M. I do not know what’s reason behind this (maybe the people from Stockholm did not search hard enough, or did not networked enough) but I just wanted to let you know.

Warm regards,
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Allow me to comment on your post.

One thing that one has to remember when undertaking an LL.M. is that it does not guarantee a job. MIDS and ICAL never make an assurance that their graduates will find a job (although they will help you find one).

Finding a job at a renowned law firm or an arbitral institution requires hardwork, a profile showing your interest in arbitration, and a lot of luck and good timing. Just because one person has taken an LL.M. in arbitration does not mean that he or she will automatically be an ideal candidate for law firm positions. Instead, one's professional experience and/or academic/research interests must, as a whole, demonstrate that he or she "fits the bill."
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Rigi0660
Hi guys!

Hope you are doing well and enjoying these stress free days since admissions were released. I wanted to mentioned that I know attorneys that went both to Stockholm and to the MIDS. All of them speak really highly of their respective programs; however, it is worth noticing that while all of the people that attended the MIDS find really good jobs at renown law firms, the people from Stockholm did not find positions after their LL.M. I do not know what’s reason behind this (maybe the people from Stockholm did not search hard enough, or did not networked enough) but I just wanted to let you know.

Warm regards,


Allow me to comment on your post.

One thing that one has to remember when undertaking an LL.M. is that it does not guarantee a job. MIDS and ICAL never make an assurance that their graduates will find a job (although they will help you find one).

Finding a job at a renowned law firm or an arbitral institution requires hardwork, a profile showing your interest in arbitration, and a lot of luck and good timing. Just because one person has taken an LL.M. in arbitration does not mean that he or she will automatically be an ideal candidate for law firm positions. Instead, one's professional experience and/or academic/research interests must, as a whole, demonstrate that he or she "fits the bill."


I couldn’t agree more with your comment. It was not my intention to lead people to believe that going to the MIDS somehow guarantees a good job; however,it was just comment of my experience with known attorneys from my country.
[quote][quote]Hi guys!

Hope you are doing well and enjoying these stress free days since admissions were released. I wanted to mentioned that I know attorneys that went both to Stockholm and to the MIDS. All of them speak really highly of their respective programs; however, it is worth noticing that while all of the people that attended the MIDS find really good jobs at renown law firms, the people from Stockholm did not find positions after their LL.M. I do not know what’s reason behind this (maybe the people from Stockholm did not search hard enough, or did not networked enough) but I just wanted to let you know.

Warm regards,
[/quote]

Allow me to comment on your post.

One thing that one has to remember when undertaking an LL.M. is that it does not guarantee a job. MIDS and ICAL never make an assurance that their graduates will find a job (although they will help you find one).

Finding a job at a renowned law firm or an arbitral institution requires hardwork, a profile showing your interest in arbitration, and a lot of luck and good timing. Just because one person has taken an LL.M. in arbitration does not mean that he or she will automatically be an ideal candidate for law firm positions. Instead, one's professional experience and/or academic/research interests must, as a whole, demonstrate that he or she "fits the bill." [/quote]

I couldn’t agree more with your comment. It was not my intention to lead people to believe that going to the MIDS somehow guarantees a good job; however,it was just comment of my experience with known attorneys from my country.
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Rigi0660
Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!


Have you taken another acceptance?


I'll be going to the White & Case LL.M. in International Arbitration at the University of Miami, they offered a scholarship covering 75% of the tuition and a position as a research assitant in their arbitration institute.

What about you?

Warm regards,
[quote][quote]Fort the guys in the waiting list, I just withdrawn from the program. Hope one of you gets my spot and can attend the program.

All the best for you guys!!
[/quote]

Have you taken another acceptance?[/quote]

I'll be going to the White & Case LL.M. in International Arbitration at the University of Miami, they offered a scholarship covering 75% of the tuition and a position as a research assitant in their arbitration institute.

What about you?

Warm regards,
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Prakhar
Just got a rejection email. All the best to those who made it from the waiting list. May have to settle with QMUL or apply next yr. Any suggestions?
I hope ppl to made it to mids this yr will surely assist in the application guidance for next yr..
Just got a rejection email. All the best to those who made it from the waiting list. May have to settle with QMUL or apply next yr. Any suggestions?
I hope ppl to made it to mids this yr will surely assist in the application guidance for next yr..
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Ap1991
Just got a rejection email. All the best to those who made it from the waiting list. May have to settle with QMUL or apply next yr. Any suggestions?
I hope ppl to made it to mids this yr will surely assist in the application guidance for next yr..


Even I am facing the same thing. Got the rejection mail yesterday itself. QMUL or next yr !!
[quote]Just got a rejection email. All the best to those who made it from the waiting list. May have to settle with QMUL or apply next yr. Any suggestions?
I hope ppl to made it to mids this yr will surely assist in the application guidance for next yr.. [/quote]

Even I am facing the same thing. Got the rejection mail yesterday itself. QMUL or next yr !!
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