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Hi everybody,

LLM Environmental Law: UCL, Edinburgh or Nottingham?Any thoughts or experience?

Thanks

Hi everybody,

LLM Environmental Law: UCL, Edinburgh or Nottingham?Any thoughts or experience?

Thanks
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khushi

I would choose UCL in above group. It is my personal view as far as reputaion is concerned. Otherwise all the three are excellent Law schools.

I would choose UCL in above group. It is my personal view as far as reputaion is concerned. Otherwise all the three are excellent Law schools.
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EDIpostgra...

Edinburgh's programme director (Elisa Morgera) has been working tirelessly on this programme. She is super-keen and has lots of practical experience as she came to academia from the UN-FAO. Plus the programme draws on the inter-disciplinary expertise from other faculties within the university to provide real-world knowledge for those who really want to make a career out of environmental law. She also take a great interest in the career plans of her students and tries to help them in their research options so that they maximise their usefulness in the job hunt.
Plus, you have the benefit of Prof Alan Boyle who also teaches on the course. In 2009 he won at the ICJ level with the Pulp Mills case and is currently working on two more environmental cases set to appear before the ICJ over the next year. Clearly a leader in the field.
I don't have information on the other schools.
Best of luck.

Edinburgh's programme director (Elisa Morgera) has been working tirelessly on this programme. She is super-keen and has lots of practical experience as she came to academia from the UN-FAO. Plus the programme draws on the inter-disciplinary expertise from other faculties within the university to provide real-world knowledge for those who really want to make a career out of environmental law. She also take a great interest in the career plans of her students and tries to help them in their research options so that they maximise their usefulness in the job hunt.
Plus, you have the benefit of Prof Alan Boyle who also teaches on the course. In 2009 he won at the ICJ level with the Pulp Mills case and is currently working on two more environmental cases set to appear before the ICJ over the next year. Clearly a leader in the field.
I don't have information on the other schools.
Best of luck.
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