LLM International Arbitration / Dispute Resolution


Hi Everyone.
I am from Colombia and i am Interest in the International Arbitration, and i Wanna do an LLM in that issue.

For the above i was wondering first of all, where to do it, which country is the best in that Sense? Considering that i am a foreing lawyer and i Wanna ver a job in the country where i go.

Besides of that i was Aldo wondering, what Is your opinion about an LLM of Arbitration, litigation and international Dispute Resolution? Is profitable? Which are the job prospects?

Do you have any suggest in orden to get the most out of the LLM?

I read any suggest in any issue, any reccomendation Will be wonderful

Hi Everyone.
I am from Colombia and i am Interest in the International Arbitration, and i Wanna do an LLM in that issue.

For the above i was wondering first of all, where to do it, which country is the best in that Sense? Considering that i am a foreing lawyer and i Wanna ver a job in the country where i go.

Besides of that i was Aldo wondering, what Is your opinion about an LLM of Arbitration, litigation and international Dispute Resolution? Is profitable? Which are the job prospects?

Do you have any suggest in orden to get the most out of the LLM?

I read any suggest in any issue, any reccomendation Will be wonderful
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Funiki

Hi Sergio!

I am a Lawyer from India.

I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration.

Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility.

Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department

Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki

[Edited by Funiki on Jun 29, 2024]

Hi Sergio! <br>
I am a Lawyer from India. <br>
I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration. <br>
Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility. <br>
Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department <br>
Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki
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Hi Sergio!

I am a Lawyer from India.

I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration.

Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility.

Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department

Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki


Thank U! But i have other question, for example in my case that I dont have any experience in arbitration or something, because i just graduated from my degree, do you think is possible to get a Job after the LLM without experience?

[quote]Hi Sergio! <br>
I am a Lawyer from India. <br>
I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration. <br>
Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility. <br>
Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department <br>
Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki [/quote]

Thank U! But i have other question, for example in my case that I dont have any experience in arbitration or something, because i just graduated from my degree, do you think is possible to get a Job after the LLM without experience?
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Funiki

Hi Sergio!

I am a Lawyer from India.

I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration.

Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility.

Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department

Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki


Thank U! But i have other question, for example in my case that I dont have any experience in arbitration or something, because i just graduated from my degree, do you think is possible to get a Job after the LLM without experience?


I can agree that for international students who do not have JD degree in USA in Law, finding a job after LLM is difficult.

But it is not impossible.

That being said, you can equip yourself, build your profile for employers to be convinced that you can manage their work.

Go for SIAC Internships (online and virtual) I have told this in your other post as well.
This you can do now also.

Further, while you are pursuing your LLM, you can take up research assistant work, Teaching assistant work, fellowships in your university, internship at United Nations, Legal clinics etc.
The scope is unlimited. you may come across further opportunities for profile building while you network with your classmates at the uni.
So do some fundamental research about your course and uni.

Hope this helps.
Thanks
Funiki

[quote][quote]Hi Sergio! <br>
I am a Lawyer from India. <br>
I know that Queen Mary University in UK has top notch courses in LLM for International Arbitration. <br>
Alao, any university you research, please look at the faculty reputation and credibility. <br>
Also, a career in international arbitration is very much in demand. You may join an international firm which handlessuch international disputes or maybe join as intern in International Court of Justice and other International bodies having such roles/department <br>
Hope this helps.

Thanks
Funiki [/quote]

Thank U! But i have other question, for example in my case that I dont have any experience in arbitration or something, because i just graduated from my degree, do you think is possible to get a Job after the LLM without experience? [/quote]

I can agree that for international students who do not have JD degree in USA in Law, finding a job after LLM is difficult.

But it is not impossible.

That being said, you can equip yourself, build your profile for employers to be convinced that you can manage their work.

Go for SIAC Internships (online and virtual) I have told this in your other post as well.
This you can do now also.

Further, while you are pursuing your LLM, you can take up research assistant work, Teaching assistant work, fellowships in your university, internship at United Nations, Legal clinics etc.
The scope is unlimited. you may come across further opportunities for profile building while you network with your classmates at the uni.
So do some fundamental research about your course and uni.

Hope this helps.
Thanks
Funiki
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[cita][cita][cita]¡Hola Sergio!

Soy abogado de la India.

Sé que la Universidad Queen Mary en el Reino Unido tiene cursos de primer nivel en LLM para Arbitraje Internacional.

Alao, en cualquier universidad que investigue, por favor mira la reputación y credibilidad de la facultad.

Además, una carrera en arbitraje internacional tiene mucha demanda. Puedes unirte a una firma internacional que maneja tales disputas internacionales o tal vez unirte como pasante en la Corte Internacional de Justicia y otros organismos internacionales que tienen tales roles/departamentos.

Espero que esto ayude. Gracias Funiki ¡Gracias! Pero tengo otra pregunta, por ejemplo, en mi caso que no tengo experiencia en arbitraje o algo así, porque acabo de graduarme de mi título, ¿crees que es posible conseguir un trabajo después del LLM sin experiencia? Puedo estar de acuerdo en que para los estudiantes internacionales que no tienen un título de JD en Derecho en EE. UU., encontrar trabajo después del LLM es difícil. Pero no es imposible. Dicho esto, puedes prepararte, crear tu perfil para que los empleadores se convenzan de que puedes gestionar su trabajo. Haz prácticas en SIAC (online y virtuales). También lo dijo en tu otra publicación. Esto también lo puedes hacer ahora. Además, mientras cursas tu LLM, puedes aceptar trabajos de asistente de investigación, de asistente de docencia, becas en tu universidad, prácticas en las Naciones Unidas, clínicas jurídicas, etc. El alcance es ilimitado. Es posible que encuentres más oportunidades para crear tu perfil mientras te relacionas con tus compañeros de clase en la universidad. Así que haz una investigación básica sobre tu curso y tu universidad. Espero que esto te ayude. Gracias, Funiki. [/cita]

Thank U Funiki.

You have been so kind

<font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">[cita][cita][cita]¡Hola Sergio! </font></font><br><font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">
Soy abogado de la India. </font></font><br><font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">
Sé que la Universidad Queen Mary en el Reino Unido tiene cursos de primer nivel en LLM para Arbitraje Internacional. </font></font><br><font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">
Alao, en cualquier universidad que investigue, por favor mira la reputación y credibilidad de la facultad. </font></font><br><font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">
Además, una carrera en arbitraje internacional tiene mucha demanda. Puedes unirte a una firma internacional que maneja tales disputas internacionales o tal vez unirte como pasante en la Corte Internacional de Justicia y otros organismos internacionales que tienen tales roles/departamentos. </font></font><br><font style="vertical-align: inherit;"><font style="vertical-align: inherit;">
Espero que esto ayude. Gracias Funiki[/quote] ¡Gracias! Pero tengo otra pregunta, por ejemplo, en mi caso que no tengo experiencia en arbitraje o algo así, porque acabo de graduarme de mi título, ¿crees que es posible conseguir un trabajo después del LLM sin experiencia? [/quote] Puedo estar de acuerdo en que para los estudiantes internacionales que no tienen un título de JD en Derecho en EE. UU., encontrar trabajo después del LLM es difícil. Pero no es imposible. Dicho esto, puedes prepararte, crear tu perfil para que los empleadores se convenzan de que puedes gestionar su trabajo. Haz prácticas en SIAC (online y virtuales). También lo dijo en tu otra publicación. Esto también lo puedes hacer ahora. Además, mientras cursas tu LLM, puedes aceptar trabajos de asistente de investigación, de asistente de docencia, becas en tu universidad, prácticas en las Naciones Unidas, clínicas jurídicas, etc. El alcance es ilimitado. Es posible que encuentres más oportunidades para crear tu perfil mientras te relacionas con tus compañeros de clase en la universidad. Así que haz una investigación básica sobre tu curso y tu universidad. Espero que esto te ayude. Gracias, Funiki. [/cita]

Thank U Funiki.

You have been so kind

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