LLM(Maritime Law)


Cahl
I'm an Indian final year law student pursuing B.A.LLB(Hons.) and will graduate next month.
I had decided to apply to Southampton and Swansea to pursue LLM in Maritime Law right after the graduation for the course commencing in September, 2018.
Now, I'm having second thoughts. Should I work for one year under a Maritime lawyer/at a Maritime firm before proceeding for Masters?
My initial plan was to go for an LLM right after completing undergraduate course and hope to get a job at the UK, work for a couple of years and return to India. But, would proceeding with Masters right after undergrad course without any internship/work experience hamper my chances of getting a job after LLM at the UK?
I'm confused. Please advise.
I'm an Indian final year law student pursuing B.A.LLB(Hons.) and will graduate next month.
I had decided to apply to Southampton and Swansea to pursue LLM in Maritime Law right after the graduation for the course commencing in September, 2018.
Now, I'm having second thoughts. Should I work for one year under a Maritime lawyer/at a Maritime firm before proceeding for Masters?
My initial plan was to go for an LLM right after completing undergraduate course and hope to get a job at the UK, work for a couple of years and return to India. But, would proceeding with Masters right after undergrad course without any internship/work experience hamper my chances of getting a job after LLM at the UK?
I'm confused. Please advise.
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kosta
To the contrary- it will enhance your chance! When I was at Swansea doing my LLM I had an opportunity of having internships that helped me to get a full time job in shipping sector! The key will be to go and do your in a place where you are not a number and they care for you! A friend of mine went to a London University and did not have any of the opportunities that I had- he could not even see his teachers as they were not available!

Have a look:

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/law/shipping-trade-law-department/llmemployabilityinitiativesandresults/

Kosta
To the contrary- it will enhance your chance! When I was at Swansea doing my LLM I had an opportunity of having internships that helped me to get a full time job in shipping sector! The key will be to go and do your in a place where you are not a number and they care for you! A friend of mine went to a London University and did not have any of the opportunities that I had- he could not even see his teachers as they were not available!

Have a look:

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/law/shipping-trade-law-department/llmemployabilityinitiativesandresults/

Kosta

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