Nana89, indeed, there's a huge difference in reputation between both of them. And there's a financial difference as well, since Cambridge is way cheaper.
Michigan, on the other hand, is still a very traditional american law school, ranked among top 10 in the country.. My decision will obviously consider this difference.
What buggers me is the difficulty of acquiring temporary jobs in the UK after the completion of the LLM program. While it is hard in the US, I don't know a single person who earned a LLM degree from Cambridge and found a job. Do you know if it's even possible to?
Wait.. so all the LLm degree holders you know are currently jobless? Not a single TC or pupillage? oh dear..
I was wondering what my chances as a non-eu citizen are to score a TC.. Do you guys know anyone who managed such a feat?
ps. I went to an RG uni for my undergraduate, but not Oxbridge.