LLM in International business regulations and dispute resolution.


I am an undergraduate law student from India and i plan to pursue LLM in International business regulations and dispute resolution. I am not sure which countries are best suited for Indian Students for the course and to work in the specified field. Also, if i plan to pursue LLM directly after my Undergraduate course with just internship experiences and not any work experience, will it be difficult for me to find a job in a foreign law firm for the specified field after LLM?
I am an undergraduate law student from India and i plan to pursue LLM in International business regulations and dispute resolution. I am not sure which countries are best suited for Indian Students for the course and to work in the specified field. Also, if i plan to pursue LLM directly after my Undergraduate course with just internship experiences and not any work experience, will it be difficult for me to find a job in a foreign law firm for the specified field after LLM?
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chicken so...
Typically it's not so much work experience / internships that make the difference (although these help), it's that law firms don't often hire international students (due to visa issues, bar issues, knowledge of domestic laws, etc.) It's not often that students use LLM degrees to transition into new countries. Maybe you can think about how an LLM would help with your career back home in India? Or how you might find a job in India with a international law firm and then leverage that to move abroad in a couple years?
Typically it's not so much work experience / internships that make the difference (although these help), it's that law firms don't often hire international students (due to visa issues, bar issues, knowledge of domestic laws, etc.) It's not often that students use LLM degrees to transition into new countries. Maybe you can think about how an LLM would help with your career back home in India? Or how you might find a job in India with a international law firm and then leverage that to move abroad in a couple years?
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That makes sense, Thank you. Which countries would you suggest for the specified course though?
That makes sense, Thank you. Which countries would you suggest for the specified course though?
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chicken so...
For LLMs in Dispute Resolution, this is a good start:

https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-alternative-dispute-resolution

NYU has a great LLM in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration.
For LLMs in Dispute Resolution, this is a good start:

https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-alternative-dispute-resolution

NYU has a great LLM in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration.
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rlme19
You should also check the MIDS program.
You should also check the MIDS program.
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I know there are programs in MIDS, NYU, Stockholm, QMUL etc that are all ranked very good but if we want to look at the work opportunities available or the best suited program for Indian students amongst them, which Programs can be shortlisted?
I know there are programs in MIDS, NYU, Stockholm, QMUL etc that are all ranked very good but if we want to look at the work opportunities available or the best suited program for Indian students amongst them, which Programs can be shortlisted?
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Haba Haba
Hi guys I am also planning to pursue a Masters Degree in Law, but honestly not sure where to apply(Which Country), I am from Pakistan and would like to study at any good and reasonable German University and one thing more will it be difficult to obtain a student visa for US/UK/Canada?
Hi guys I am also planning to pursue a Masters Degree in Law, but honestly not sure where to apply(Which Country), I am from Pakistan and would like to study at any good and reasonable German University and one thing more will it be difficult to obtain a student visa for US/UK/Canada?
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chicken so...
As long as you do your program at a reputable school and study on a full-time—and don't have any outstanding warrants or any other immigration issues—you shouldn't have any issues getting a student visa in any of those countries.
As long as you do your program at a reputable school and study on a full-time—and don't have any outstanding warrants or any other immigration issues—you shouldn't have any issues getting a student visa in any of those countries.
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