LLM post 9 years of work exp - UK/Eur vs Aus vs USA?


Ragini

Hello all,

I'm a lawyer in my early thirties and after a series of huge responsibilities at home and work for the last decade. I want to go back to college.

I have a decent career path and consider myself an average lawyer.

My reason to do an LLM are twofold - to let myself live a little light and to gain back my interest in learning law. (I used to love law and my job but some issues diluted my focus).

I would love to get into an Oxford or Cambridge, but I have no publications or achievements. Would it be too ambitious to think of LSE? How tough is it?

I am clueless about the whole process and I'm learning through this site. I'm interested in LLM in tech law or digital law or corporate law. I hope to work in the site country post my LLM.

Any advice or suggestion would be appreciated. Thank you.

Hello all,

I'm a lawyer in my early thirties and after a series of huge responsibilities at home and work for the last decade. I want to go back to college.

I have a decent career path and consider myself an average lawyer.

My reason to do an LLM are twofold - to let myself live a little light and to gain back my interest in learning law. (I used to love law and my job but some issues diluted my focus).

I would love to get into an Oxford or Cambridge, but I have no publications or achievements. Would it be too ambitious to think of LSE? How tough is it?

I am clueless about the whole process and I'm learning through this site. I'm interested in LLM in tech law or digital law or corporate law. I hope to work in the site country post my LLM.

Any advice or suggestion would be appreciated. Thank you.
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kaoboy_007

Hi Ragini, I myself have more than 5 years of work experience, and probably fall in the same boat as you. I can help you if you have any specific questions (I will be applying to a few colleges this year).

Hi Ragini, I myself have more than 5 years of work experience, and probably fall in the same boat as you. I can help you if you have any specific questions (I will be applying to a few colleges this year).<br><br>
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