USC LLM in ADR


Anyone else enrolling in this program? I recently put my deposit down.

Anyone else enrolling in this program? I recently put my deposit down.
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LatinoLLM

Congratulations!!!

I do not know about the ADR program at USC but I heard that they are putting so much effort in that program so I think that is a great decision.

About ADR I know that Ohio State and Pepperdine have the best programs, but I am sure that they do not have the USC prestige and networking.

Congratulations!!!

I do not know about the ADR program at USC but I heard that they are putting so much effort in that program so I think that is a great decision.

About ADR I know that Ohio State and Pepperdine have the best programs, but I am sure that they do not have the USC prestige and networking.
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Thanks for the input. Yeah, Pepperdine's program is well known out here in LA, I think USC is making a big push to take over. Might take a few years, but I think they will succeed or at a minimum put together a top notch program that will leave them neck and neck.

Thanks for the input. Yeah, Pepperdine's program is well known out here in LA, I think USC is making a big push to take over. Might take a few years, but I think they will succeed or at a minimum put together a top notch program that will leave them neck and neck.
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LatinoLLM

Thanks for the input. Yeah, Pepperdine's program is well known out here in LA, I think USC is making a big push to take over. Might take a few years, but I think they will succeed or at a minimum put together a top notch program that will leave them neck and neck.

You are completely right! You will have all the benefits of the investment that USC is doing in ADR program.

And fo me, the biggest difference between Pepperdine and USC is the network and I am sure that never Pepperdine will have it, but maybe the prestige on ADR area can be obtained by USC.

[quote]Thanks for the input. Yeah, Pepperdine's program is well known out here in LA, I think USC is making a big push to take over. Might take a few years, but I think they will succeed or at a minimum put together a top notch program that will leave them neck and neck.[/quote]
You are completely right! You will have all the benefits of the investment that USC is doing in ADR program.

And fo me, the biggest difference between Pepperdine and USC is the network and I am sure that never Pepperdine will have it, but maybe the prestige on ADR area can be obtained by USC.
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