Hey all!

I am currently finishing my undergraduate degree in International Relations and have engaged with international law extracurricular activities a lot throughout my studies. I applied for several graduate programmes in Europe, including LLM ones.

Do you think an LLM makes sense for a non-law undergraduate and would my career prospects be? Are you/do you know people in the same position? Do you have any advice/experience/opinions you would like to share?

P.S. As far as the U.K. is concerned, I am familiar with the law firm traineeship schemes, but I decided to go just for a master's degree for now, instead of a contract that would predetermine at least 4 more years.

Thanks a lot!