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fajats

I was wondering if, in this financially challenged situation, would it be better to specialize or to broaden your scope. p.e. A Public International Law LLM from NYU vs. a M.A. in International Law and Diplomacy from Fletchers.

Are some people considering MBA's or MA's, instead of their LLM's?

Also, can anybody give me some info on the Geneva Masters in International Dispute Resolution?

Thanks all, and good luck.

I was wondering if, in this financially challenged situation, would it be better to specialize or to broaden your scope. p.e. A Public International Law LLM from NYU vs. a M.A. in International Law and Diplomacy from Fletchers.

Are some people considering MBA's or MA's, instead of their LLM's?

Also, can anybody give me some info on the Geneva Masters in International Dispute Resolution?

Thanks all, and good luck.
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If I was you i would choose A Public International Law LLM from NYU because of its reputation, quality of teaching and the good environment the city offers due to its multicultural scene.

About the International Dispute Resolution master at Université de Genève here is the website that contains a lot of information:
http://www.mids.ch/program/overview.html

If you want to know about somebody that is going or went there then just wait a little longer until somebody answers your question!

Good luck :)

If I was you i would choose A Public International Law LLM from NYU because of its reputation, quality of teaching and the good environment the city offers due to its multicultural scene.

About the International Dispute Resolution master at Université de Genève here is the website that contains a lot of information:
http://www.mids.ch/program/overview.html

If you want to know about somebody that is going or went there then just wait a little longer until somebody answers your question!

Good luck :)
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fajats

Thanx for your reply, I've been having some trouble with this decision because I wanted to get some "political science or International Relations" background in my masters. That is why I'm still trying to figure out if a 2 year MA in Law and Diplomacy from fletchers would give me that edge, instead of just a 1 year LLM in PIL.

I was also thinking, metaphorically, if it would be better to specialize in law (PIL, for example, turning you into a precision tool) or taking the multidisciplinary approach and study something not directly related with law (turning you into a swiss army knife of sorts)

Hope my metaphorical examples express my concers, LOL.

thanx again

Thanx for your reply, I've been having some trouble with this decision because I wanted to get some "political science or International Relations" background in my masters. That is why I'm still trying to figure out if a 2 year MA in Law and Diplomacy from fletchers would give me that edge, instead of just a 1 year LLM in PIL.

I was also thinking, metaphorically, if it would be better to specialize in law (PIL, for example, turning you into a precision tool) or taking the multidisciplinary approach and study something not directly related with law (turning you into a swiss army knife of sorts)

Hope my metaphorical examples express my concers, LOL.

thanx again
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