I'm willing to apply to an LLM in International Human Rights in USA and Europe. I graduated from law school in 2016 and studying a Master in Constitutional Law since january of this year, although I've been working in law firms and government dependencies since I was a law student. i´ve seen the application requierements and I realized that one of the most important aspects that they consider is the professional and extracurricular activities of the applicants. I have to tell you that I have such little experience and I have not done too many extracurricular activities such as winning a public speech competition or a national award, therefore I wanted to ask you:
1. Is it really necessary to have a renowned professional trajectory to apply to Georgetown University, London School or Cambridge University?
2. What do you recommend me to do in order to compliment my curriculum meanwhile I finish my Master?
I will appreciate any recommendation and suggestion you give me!
[Edited by Patricio1992 on Jun 24, 2018]