Advice required on LL.M Program in International Trade Law


Hello everyone,
I am from India and i am doing my UG in a 5 years course at National Law University, Jodhpur. I want to pursue my LL.M in International Trade law (WTO laws) in England. Please advice me which would be the best colleges where I can apply in England.

Hello everyone,
I am from India and i am doing my UG in a 5 years course at National Law University, Jodhpur. I want to pursue my LL.M in International Trade law (WTO laws) in England. Please advice me which would be the best colleges where I can apply in England.
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Gss

The universities that you should/can apply to are: University College London, KIng's College London, Queens Mary, SOAS, Manchester, Edinburgh, etc...These schools' deadlines have not passed. But apply ASAP!

The universities that you should/can apply to are: University College London, KIng's College London, Queens Mary, SOAS, Manchester, Edinburgh, etc...These schools' deadlines have not passed. But apply ASAP!
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Prof. Michael Bridge of UCL is a leading teacher and author in the field of Int'l Trade Law. Go to UCL or if you want to pinch pennies, then go to Queen Mary (which has a cheaper tuition) and then take Int'l Trade Law from UCL as one of your options.
You can do this because the intercollegiate system allows you to chose courses from other colleges of the UoL once you are registered in one of them.

Prof. Michael Bridge of UCL is a leading teacher and author in the field of Int'l Trade Law. Go to UCL or if you want to pinch pennies, then go to Queen Mary (which has a cheaper tuition) and then take Int'l Trade Law from UCL as one of your options.
You can do this because the intercollegiate system allows you to chose courses from other colleges of the UoL once you are registered in one of them.
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Thanks for all the help. I've looked into the coverage of course of UCL, but it is not the one which i am looking for. It essentially covers carriage law and other aspects of private international law. I am actually interested in pursuing WTO laws (or as it is called International Economic Law). So please advice me on that.
But may i also know is there any better place(apart from UK) in the EU where I can pursue my study in Int'l Trade Law and please also advice me how would be LSE.

Thanks for all the help. I've looked into the coverage of course of UCL, but it is not the one which i am looking for. It essentially covers carriage law and other aspects of private international law. I am actually interested in pursuing WTO laws (or as it is called International Economic Law). So please advice me on that.
But may i also know is there any better place(apart from UK) in the EU where I can pursue my study in Int'l Trade Law and please also advice me how would be LSE.
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gava

Well i have looked at your querry and my advice to you is to critically look at the manchester university site.I believe they have a well tailored LLM with the international economic law stream.
Check it out.

Well i have looked at your querry and my advice to you is to critically look at the manchester university site.I believe they have a well tailored LLM with the international economic law stream.
Check it out.
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tanay0903

hey, even I am an Indian law student looking for an llm in UK in international trade in the 2009-2010 term... I would really appreciate some advice on the following aspects:
i. As I have an equal interest in pursuing intellectual property & competition law, I was wondering which college offers the best electives? Also which have the best professors/job market?
ii. What is the job market for international trade law llm graduates in EU? As for instance in Geneva? Are there restrictions on practing as a lawyer in Geneva if you havent graduated from there?
iii. Are theres specific rankings for UK colleges in international trade law? If not, how would you rank the colleges?

I hope you guys can help me out..

hey, even I am an Indian law student looking for an llm in UK in international trade in the 2009-2010 term... I would really appreciate some advice on the following aspects:
i. As I have an equal interest in pursuing intellectual property & competition law, I was wondering which college offers the best electives? Also which have the best professors/job market?
ii. What is the job market for international trade law llm graduates in EU? As for instance in Geneva? Are there restrictions on practing as a lawyer in Geneva if you havent graduated from there?
iii. Are theres specific rankings for UK colleges in international trade law? If not, how would you rank the colleges?

I hope you guys can help me out..
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lmwoods

Prof. Michael Bridge of UCL is a leading teacher and author in the field of Int'l Trade Law. Go to UCL or if you want to pinch pennies, then go to Queen Mary (which has a cheaper tuition) and then take Int'l Trade Law from UCL as one of your options.
You can do this because the intercollegiate system allows you to chose courses from other colleges of the UoL once you are registered in one of them.


I understand that the intercollegiate system is no longer operational.

<blockquote>Prof. Michael Bridge of UCL is a leading teacher and author in the field of Int'l Trade Law. Go to UCL or if you want to pinch pennies, then go to Queen Mary (which has a cheaper tuition) and then take Int'l Trade Law from UCL as one of your options.
You can do this because the intercollegiate system allows you to chose courses from other colleges of the UoL once you are registered in one of them.</blockquote>

I understand that the intercollegiate system is no longer operational.
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S_Dimelow

And, although this post was written a while ago, its interesting to note that QMUL fees are £5 500, Kings are £5 500 and UCL are only very slightly higher and so it is no longer an institution to consider if attempting to 'pinch the pennies'.

And, although this post was written a while ago, its interesting to note that QMUL fees are £5 500, Kings are £5 500 and UCL are only very slightly higher and so it is no longer an institution to consider if attempting to 'pinch the pennies'.
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