How many LL.M candidates aim for SJD at Harvard/NYU/Michigan?


Hi everyone! My question is how difficult is it to compete for SJD at Harvard/Michigan/NYU? How many people aim at SJD when they do their LL.M at these schools? Apart from the fact that SJD at NYU is tuition free with living expenses, what about the situation for Harvard/Michigan, or other top US law schools? Is it easy to get scholarships for SJD once you are actually admitted for SJD? Since my focus is (public) international law, would you say it is best to do my LL.M at NYU instead of Harvard, and then proceed to NYU SJD?

Hi everyone! My question is how difficult is it to compete for SJD at Harvard/Michigan/NYU? How many people aim at SJD when they do their LL.M at these schools? Apart from the fact that SJD at NYU is tuition free with living expenses, what about the situation for Harvard/Michigan, or other top US law schools? Is it easy to get scholarships for SJD once you are actually admitted for SJD? Since my focus is (public) international law, would you say it is best to do my LL.M at NYU instead of Harvard, and then proceed to NYU SJD?
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Hi everyone! My question is how difficult is it to compete for SJD at Harvard/Michigan/NYU? How many people aim at SJD when they do their LL.M at these schools? Apart from the fact that SJD at NYU is tuition free with living expenses, what about the situation for Harvard/Michigan, or other top US law schools? Is it easy to get scholarships for SJD once you are actually admitted for SJD? Since my focus is (public) international law, would you say it is best to do my LL.M at NYU instead of Harvard, and then proceed to NYU SJD?

You may check the websites of these law schools. It is true that NYU has a fantastic faculty in international law area. Good luck!

<blockquote>Hi everyone! My question is how difficult is it to compete for SJD at Harvard/Michigan/NYU? How many people aim at SJD when they do their LL.M at these schools? Apart from the fact that SJD at NYU is tuition free with living expenses, what about the situation for Harvard/Michigan, or other top US law schools? Is it easy to get scholarships for SJD once you are actually admitted for SJD? Since my focus is (public) international law, would you say it is best to do my LL.M at NYU instead of Harvard, and then proceed to NYU SJD?
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You may check the websites of these law schools. It is true that NYU has a fantastic faculty in international law area. Good luck!
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