LLM in public law vs Columbia


blade09
Hi there - I have an offer from LSE and I want to specialize in public law (with perhaps a sub-focus on human rights). In every way possible I am tempted to accept at this very second. However, I am still waiting to hear from Columbia and thinking perhaps I should wait, as Columbia is generally thought to be ranked higher. However, I am more drawn to the courses, program, and city at LSE. Any thoughts on whether I should wait would be very much appreciated.
Hi there - I have an offer from LSE and I want to specialize in public law (with perhaps a sub-focus on human rights). In every way possible I am tempted to accept at this very second. However, I am still waiting to hear from Columbia and thinking perhaps I should wait, as Columbia is generally thought to be ranked higher. However, I am more drawn to the courses, program, and city at LSE. Any thoughts on whether I should wait would be very much appreciated.
quote
blade09
I've been admitted to Columbia and need to decide by next Friday. Any thoughts would be appreciated!! Happy Easter everyone.
I've been admitted to Columbia and need to decide by next Friday. Any thoughts would be appreciated!! Happy Easter everyone.
quote
lohengrin
Hi there !

No doubt CLS has quite a reputation. However, do you really think that it matters if you don't want to work in BigLaw ? I guess given your plans, what you should focus on is professors you might have the opportunity to work with. That would make the difference I guess. That said, I know very little about public law, so I won't be able to give you my opinion as to whether CLS is the place to go vs LSE.
Hi there !

No doubt CLS has quite a reputation. However, do you really think that it matters if you don't want to work in BigLaw ? I guess given your plans, what you should focus on is professors you might have the opportunity to work with. That would make the difference I guess. That said, I know very little about public law, so I won't be able to give you my opinion as to whether CLS is the place to go vs LSE.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Law Schools

London, United Kingdom 650 Followers 872 Discussions
New York City, New York 1241 Followers 976 Discussions