Best LLM program for antitrust and technology laws


ankgul
I have offers from UPenn, NYU, Berkeley and Columbia. I'm currently waiting on Stanford and UChicago (I'm in the standby group). Currently, I don't have financial aid from either.

I have worked with antitrust laws, and I want to study the confluence of antitrust laws and technology, like net neutrality, big data, and pricing algorithms. I also hope to work in the US post my LLM.

Does anyone have any thoughts on which college would be a better fit?
I have offers from UPenn, NYU, Berkeley and Columbia. I'm currently waiting on Stanford and UChicago (I'm in the standby group). Currently, I don't have financial aid from either.

I have worked with antitrust laws, and I want to study the confluence of antitrust laws and technology, like net neutrality, big data, and pricing algorithms. I also hope to work in the US post my LLM.

Does anyone have any thoughts on which college would be a better fit?
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Similar dilemna here. Going to study antitrust and tech law as well. Got offer from Upenn, NYU CIIL program and Berkeley. Still undecided but want to share some ideas.

- Penn is one reasonable option. However, they have too few courses in antitrust and technology. I heard from prof. Hovenkamp that they are going to expand antitrust offering. This is the message in case you haven't received it yet.

"Because of increasing interest in the area, I have now expanded the course offerings in antitrust, beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. There will be two full courses. One course in the fall semester will focus on dominant firms (monopolization) and horizontal agreements, including both cartels and joint ventures of various types. A second course in the spring will focus on merger policy, intellectual property and antitrust, and vertical restraints. The courses are not sequential, and you may take either or both of them"

- Big advantages for NYU is thier rich curriculum, but the professors in antitrust and technology law does not recieve wide recognition as penn.
Morever, someone told me that studying too much courses in the same area might be redundancy (is it true?).

- For Berkeley, their antitrust curriculum is quite weak. One of their outstanding professor, Daniel Rubinfeld, now teaches at NYU. Also heard that they have some problems affecting their quality. I don't how much truth it holds, though.
Similar dilemna here. Going to study antitrust and tech law as well. Got offer from Upenn, NYU CIIL program and Berkeley. Still undecided but want to share some ideas.

- Penn is one reasonable option. However, they have too few courses in antitrust and technology. I heard from prof. Hovenkamp that they are going to expand antitrust offering. This is the message in case you haven't received it yet.

"Because of increasing interest in the area, I have now expanded the course offerings in antitrust, beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. There will be two full courses. One course in the fall semester will focus on dominant firms (monopolization) and horizontal agreements, including both cartels and joint ventures of various types. A second course in the spring will focus on merger policy, intellectual property and antitrust, and vertical restraints. The courses are not sequential, and you may take either or both of them"

- Big advantages for NYU is thier rich curriculum, but the professors in antitrust and technology law does not recieve wide recognition as penn.
Morever, someone told me that studying too much courses in the same area might be redundancy (is it true?).

- For Berkeley, their antitrust curriculum is quite weak. One of their outstanding professor, Daniel Rubinfeld, now teaches at NYU. Also heard that they have some problems affecting their quality. I don't how much truth it holds, though.
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Hello,

I was wondring if anywone here could give a word about the LLM in IP and Competition Law form the University of Liege, Belgium.

Professor PETIT - who coordinates the programme - is BIG. But what about the others? How does it compares with Queens or Maastricht?
Hello,

I was wondring if anywone here could give a word about the LLM in IP and Competition Law form the University of Liege, Belgium.

Professor PETIT - who coordinates the programme - is BIG. But what about the others? How does it compares with Queens or Maastricht?
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