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I'm planning to enroll in an LLM program in to two to three years time. I'm wondering what's the best law school to apply to if I want to apply in the United Nations or in the International Criminal Court sometime after getting my LLM degree. Any recommendations? Thanks!
I'm planning to enroll in an LLM program in to two to three years time. I'm wondering what's the best law school to apply to if I want to apply in the United Nations or in the International Criminal Court sometime after getting my LLM degree. Any recommendations? Thanks!
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charlielim
https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-public-international-law


https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-10-llm-programs-for-human-rights-law

[Edited by charlielim on Mar 26, 2019]

https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-public-international-law




https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-10-llm-programs-for-human-rights-law
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Ishan Das
I'm planning to enroll in an LLM program in to two to three years time. I'm wondering what's the best law school to apply to if I want to apply in the United Nations or in the International Criminal Court sometime after getting my LLM degree. Any recommendations? Thanks!


there are the usual top universities which will be your safest bet, however, I doubt the UN will look into your universities. However, what I can suggest will be that study Public International Law, preferably an advanced degree and lots of co-curricular activities that shows you have something beyond the regular textbook law courses. what my professor used to say is that they refer to take people who are generalis and know more than the law. Importantly, it is not the easiest place to get in too, so good luck to you, hope you get it.
[quote]I'm planning to enroll in an LLM program in to two to three years time. I'm wondering what's the best law school to apply to if I want to apply in the United Nations or in the International Criminal Court sometime after getting my LLM degree. Any recommendations? Thanks![/quote]

there are the usual top universities which will be your safest bet, however, I doubt the UN will look into your universities. However, what I can suggest will be that study Public International Law, preferably an advanced degree and lots of co-curricular activities that shows you have something beyond the regular textbook law courses. what my professor used to say is that they refer to take people who are generalis and know more than the law. Importantly, it is not the easiest place to get in too, so good luck to you, hope you get it.
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