LLM environmental law 2020-2021


fraLLM

Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all!

[Edited by fraLLM on Feb 12, 2020]

Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all!
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fraLLM

Anyone?

Anyone?
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mdemarche

Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all!


Hi, have you decided already? I was accepted at Georgetown, Duke, Stanford, Berkeley and Northwestern and don't know what to do!

[quote]Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all! [/quote]

Hi, have you decided already? I was accepted at Georgetown, Duke, Stanford, Berkeley and Northwestern and don't know what to do!
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KD12

According to US News ranking, Berkeley is the best in environmental law. https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/environmental-law-rankings

According to US News ranking, Berkeley is the best in environmental law. https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/environmental-law-rankings
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mcampos

Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all!


According to U.S. News - Best Environmental Law Programs 2020, Berkeley is #1 , UCLA #4, Columbia and NYU #6 (tie), Georgetown, Stanford and Harvard #10 (tie).

[quote]Hey guys,
I am going to pursue an LLM degree in Environmental Law; so far I have received offers from UCLA and DUKE, while I am waiting for BERKELEY, GEORGETOWN and NYU to respond.

I really need some help deciding which program to choose.
- Which college do you think is better btw Ucla and Duke?
- Which college between the ones I have applied to you think is the favourable choice for a specialization in environmental law?

Upon completing the LLM, I will probably try to sit for the NY or California bar. Afterwards, I am planning to work for an international organization, or a think tank or a UN agency.

Please Please Please every suggestion will be a godsend -
the LLM decision is a true dilemma!

Thanks, y'all! [/quote]

According to U.S. News - Best Environmental Law Programs 2020, Berkeley is #1 , UCLA #4, Columbia and NYU #6 (tie), Georgetown, Stanford and Harvard #10 (tie).
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