LLB, LLM JD


Lucia112
Hi, i want to seek your advice. I have LLB and LLM from UK. Then i studied JD in Australia.
I regretted studying LLM as it's in a field i don't like and in mid-rank university(oil and gas law). In my future jobs or university applications, should i list all of them in my CV? I am thinking to omit LLM because i would want to study a new LLM in a uni and field i like, but sometimes i thought i'd just omit JD because maybe employers wouldn't see it positively, why i have llb, llm and jd.
Hi, i want to seek your advice. I have LLB and LLM from UK. Then i studied JD in Australia.
I regretted studying LLM as it's in a field i don't like and in mid-rank university(oil and gas law). In my future jobs or university applications, should i list all of them in my CV? I am thinking to omit LLM because i would want to study a new LLM in a uni and field i like, but sometimes i thought i'd just omit JD because maybe employers wouldn't see it positively, why i have llb, llm and jd.
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chicken so...
I don't really see the purpose of omitting degrees from your CV unless the degree (1) is from a poor or unknown school, or (2) the degree is not at all relevant for the positions you're applying for.

Another LLM in a field that you want to work in is a possibility, but you should make sure that it would really lead to the kinds of jobs you want.
I don't really see the purpose of omitting degrees from your CV unless the degree (1) is from a poor or unknown school, or (2) the degree is not at all relevant for the positions you're applying for.

Another LLM in a field that you want to work in is a possibility, but you should make sure that it would really lead to the kinds of jobs you want.
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