In which field i should do l.l.m?


Member's please help me, i have options of doing l.l.m in
1> corporate,
2> human rights
3> commercial law
4> trade law
5> business law
I have interest in working in legal firms dealing financail matters and leagal matters of different companies/organizations.
I want to know which field of l.l.m will help me in this respect, as i have also plan of doing 1yr m.b.a (business management ) after completion of l.l.m as to give an extra boost to my career/job opportunities.
Secondly, I am academically week as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.
my education consultant choose these univ for me
( Cardiff metropolitan univ,
London metropolitan univ
Bradfordshire univ,
Univ of East Anglia,
Univ of Cardiff,
univ of Aberdeen)
He also told me that , Scotland is good place for l.l.m as , lots of good law univ aw well as good opportunities of getting jobs )
Kindly, reply me briefly, as i am from a third world poor country, so don't have much info.
Member's please help me, i have options of doing l.l.m in
1> corporate,
2> human rights
3> commercial law
4> trade law
5> business law
I have interest in working in legal firms dealing financail matters and leagal matters of different companies/organizations.
I want to know which field of l.l.m will help me in this respect, as i have also plan of doing 1yr m.b.a (business management ) after completion of l.l.m as to give an extra boost to my career/job opportunities.
Secondly, I am academically week as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.
my education consultant choose these univ for me
( Cardiff metropolitan univ,
London metropolitan univ
Bradfordshire univ,
Univ of East Anglia,
Univ of Cardiff,
univ of Aberdeen)
He also told me that , Scotland is good place for l.l.m as , lots of good law univ aw well as good opportunities of getting jobs )
Kindly, reply me briefly, as i am from a third world poor country, so don't have much info.
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flori
Hello bilalaslam,
I guess my answer won't deliver the desired or expected outcome and might even sound a bit harsh. However, I think that an honest reply will be more helpful than the usual "Go for it - follow your dreams"-stuff found on this board.

As long as you do not hold a full scholarship for the LLM, my answer is: Don't do it - as the outcome won't be worth the time and money invested into the matter.

If you hold a full scholarship, things are a different: Taking your career plans into account an LLM in Human Rights would not make any sense at all, any of the other programmes would do. As far as the right university is concerned, I would suggest one of the Metropolitans or Bradfordshire.

Bye flori
Hello bilalaslam,
I guess my answer won't deliver the desired or expected outcome and might even sound a bit harsh. However, I think that an honest reply will be more helpful than the usual "Go for it - follow your dreams"-stuff found on this board.

As long as you do not hold a full scholarship for the LLM, my answer is: Don't do it - as the outcome won't be worth the time and money invested into the matter.

If you hold a full scholarship, things are a different: Taking your career plans into account an LLM in Human Rights would not make any sense at all, any of the other programmes would do. As far as the right university is concerned, I would suggest one of the Metropolitans or Bradfordshire.

Bye flori
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Y.K Thomas
Dear Mr Bilalaslam,
You are taking a sensible step in your future career and please do not be discouraged by individuals for the reasons best known to them.
Don't be bothered of your background-3rd world country. We are living in a globalised and competetive world and it worth having LLM in order to meet the present challenges of the legal industry.
My simple suggestion is go for Commercial Law and it will be very beneficial to you beacuse of the surge in the demand for Commercial lawyers. If there is an ADR option, pls choose it. Hope my honest and fair advice assist. Good luck
Dear Mr Bilalaslam,
You are taking a sensible step in your future career and please do not be discouraged by individuals for the reasons best known to them.
Don't be bothered of your background-3rd world country. We are living in a globalised and competetive world and it worth having LLM in order to meet the present challenges of the legal industry.
My simple suggestion is go for Commercial Law and it will be very beneficial to you beacuse of the surge in the demand for Commercial lawyers. If there is an ADR option, pls choose it. Hope my honest and fair advice assist. Good luck
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york
As far as the right university is concerned, I would suggest one of the Metropolitans or Bradfordshire.


flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?

London Met is one of the worst ranked UK law schools: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/?s=Law
http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2011/may/17/university-guide-law

Cardiff Metropolitan isn't even included in the rankings.

A university of Bradfordshire doesn't even exist (please post a link to the university website if I'm wrong).

If the OP meant Bedfordshire, that university is ranked even worse than London Met in this ranking: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/?s=Law
In the Guardian ranking it's listed as #59: http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2011/may/17/university-guide-law
<blockquote>As far as the right university is concerned, I would suggest one of the Metropolitans or Bradfordshire.
</blockquote>

flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?

London Met is one of the worst ranked UK law schools: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/?s=Law
http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2011/may/17/university-guide-law

Cardiff Metropolitan isn't even included in the rankings.

A university of Bradfordshire doesn't even exist (please post a link to the university website if I'm wrong).

If the OP meant Bedfordshire, that university is ranked even worse than London Met in this ranking: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/?s=Law
In the Guardian ranking it's listed as #59: http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2011/may/17/university-guide-law
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york
I forgot to add that the University of Aberdeen is the strongest university in your list by far.
I forgot to add that the University of Aberdeen is the strongest university in your list by far.
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flori
Hello York,


flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?


Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.

Bye
flori
Hello York,

<blockquote>
flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?
</blockquote>

Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.

Bye
flori
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Hello York,


flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?


Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.

Bye
flori

thanks flori, for ur deep concern about my post, ok, i have decided to do either corporate l.l.m or general l.l.m.
> what do u suggest that doing general l.l.m will be a good idea, if i select subjects related to corporate, commercial and intl-law ?
> these are the fee demanded by u.k univ for l.l.m from intl-students
1, London met £ 10,800/-
2, Bedfordshire £ 9,500/-
3, East anglia £ 12,500/-
4, Cardif univ £ 12,250
5, Aberdeen £ 10,500/-
6, Univ of glasgow £ 11,500/-
<blockquote>Hello York,

<blockquote>
flori, are you sure you actually know what you are talking aboout?
</blockquote>

Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.

Bye
flori
</blockquote>
thanks flori, for ur deep concern about my post, ok, i have decided to do either corporate l.l.m or general l.l.m.
> what do u suggest that doing general l.l.m will be a good idea, if i select subjects related to corporate, commercial and intl-law ?
> these are the fee demanded by u.k univ for l.l.m from intl-students
1, London met £ 10,800/-
2, Bedfordshire £ 9,500/-
3, East anglia £ 12,500/-
4, Cardif univ £ 12,250
5, Aberdeen £ 10,500/-
6, Univ of glasgow £ 11,500/-
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york

Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.


Ok, with this explanation your post makes more sense. Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can. Even LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.
<blockquote>
Yes, I do. Are you sure you have actually read the original posting? ("Secondly, I am _academically week_ as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.").

And yes, I do think that neither Aberdeen, nor Cardiff University would be the right place for the original poster.
</blockquote>

Ok, with this explanation your post makes more sense. Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can. Even LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.
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Hello York,
I appreciate that u told me about the univ ranking, as i didn't knew anything about it, its really an eye opener, as education consultant dn't care about someone money or life, they are just sitting their to promote those univ's, who give them a good amount of commission's on sending a student to them.
Flori, is right that as i am academically weak, so going to a well reputed univ, will make things harder for me in studies and tests/exams.
l.l.m, is just an post-graduate qualification, it doesn't guarantee ur job/better career, but it gives an edge when the other candidate is simple l.l.b degree holder.
I dn't know about other countries, but l.l.m helps me in my country to get a teaching job of law in both private and govt univ's, so it's very helpful for those who are not good in practicing law in courts.
Hello York,
I appreciate that u told me about the univ ranking, as i didn't knew anything about it, its really an eye opener, as education consultant dn't care about someone money or life, they are just sitting their to promote those univ's, who give them a good amount of commission's on sending a student to them.
Flori, is right that as i am academically weak, so going to a well reputed univ, will make things harder for me in studies and tests/exams.
l.l.m, is just an post-graduate qualification, it doesn't guarantee ur job/better career, but it gives an edge when the other candidate is simple l.l.b degree holder.
I dn't know about other countries, but l.l.m helps me in my country to get a teaching job of law in both private and govt univ's, so it's very helpful for those who are not good in practicing law in courts.
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flori
Hello York,

Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can.


I don't know - in my opinion choosing an LLM programme which is compatible with the academic and linguistic performance of the respective candidate would make more sense. Given that many law schools in the UK have become a mere "Pay your fee, get your degree"-machine following the "aim as high as you can"-approach might make sense for the original poster, if Aberdeen and Cardiff have joined the ranks of those universities (The whole "selling places via a consultant"-thing might be a sign of such a development). If not, the whole story might end in a very unedifying way.

LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.


That is certainly true and the reason why only the second approach presented by the poster ("Improve the business card and teach in the country of origin) makes any sense.

Bye
flori
Hello York,

<blockquote>Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can.</blockquote>

I don't know - in my opinion choosing an LLM programme which is compatible with the academic and linguistic performance of the respective candidate would make more sense. Given that many law schools in the UK have become a mere "Pay your fee, get your degree"-machine following the "aim as high as you can"-approach might make sense for the original poster, if Aberdeen and Cardiff have joined the ranks of those universities (The whole "selling places via a consultant"-thing might be a sign of such a development). If not, the whole story might end in a very unedifying way.

<blockquote> LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.</blockquote>

That is certainly true and the reason why only the second approach presented by the poster ("Improve the business card and teach in the country of origin) makes any sense.

Bye
flori
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Y.K Thomas
Hello York,

Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can.


I don't know - in my opinion choosing an LLM programme which is compatible with the academic and linguistic performance of the respective candidate would make more sense. Given that many law schools in the UK have become a mere "Pay your fee, get your degree"-machine following the "aim as high as you can"-approach might make sense for the original poster, if Aberdeen and Cardiff have joined the ranks of those universities (The whole "selling places via a consultant"-thing might be a sign of such a development). If not, the whole story might end in a very unedifying way.

LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.


That is certainly true and the reason why only the second approach presented by the poster ("Improve the business card and teach in the country of origin) makes any sense.

Bye
flori
<blockquote>Hello York,

<blockquote>Still, if you are looking for work in the UK after your studies (like bilalaslam), you should try to get into the best school you can.</blockquote>

I don't know - in my opinion choosing an LLM programme which is compatible with the academic and linguistic performance of the respective candidate would make more sense. Given that many law schools in the UK have become a mere "Pay your fee, get your degree"-machine following the "aim as high as you can"-approach might make sense for the original poster, if Aberdeen and Cardiff have joined the ranks of those universities (The whole "selling places via a consultant"-thing might be a sign of such a development). If not, the whole story might end in a very unedifying way.

<blockquote> LLM graduates from LSE/KCL/UCL are not able to secure jobs these days.</blockquote>

That is certainly true and the reason why only the second approach presented by the poster ("Improve the business card and teach in the country of origin) makes any sense.

Bye
flori</blockquote>
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Y.K Thomas
The typical "Flori" is a crying baby. He will never stop moaning. He is fond of detering foreign nationals who have the genuine desire to study law in the UK fearing that they will grab the UK jobs. I must be honest with this guy that most of these prospective students need simple directions and guidance on the LLM programmes. They have intentions to go back home and get better positions in their respective countries and the UN. If Flori thinks that he is a master of all tales, I challenge him to move to other common law jurisdictions and test his competency. I bet he will be the most miserable and isolated lawyer. Don't condemn UK Law institutions Mr Flori for the reasons best known to you! People take pride in gaining law degrees from the UK. UK should be regarded as the World leading provider of the legal education.Your posts are not helpful but full of prejudices and i humbly advise you to change your style of writing
The typical "Flori" is a crying baby. He will never stop moaning. He is fond of detering foreign nationals who have the genuine desire to study law in the UK fearing that they will grab the UK jobs. I must be honest with this guy that most of these prospective students need simple directions and guidance on the LLM programmes. They have intentions to go back home and get better positions in their respective countries and the UN. If Flori thinks that he is a master of all tales, I challenge him to move to other common law jurisdictions and test his competency. I bet he will be the most miserable and isolated lawyer. Don't condemn UK Law institutions Mr Flori for the reasons best known to you! People take pride in gaining law degrees from the UK. UK should be regarded as the World leading provider of the legal education.Your posts are not helpful but full of prejudices and i humbly advise you to change your style of writing
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flori
What a well-crafted argumentum ad hominem ;-)
Bye
flori
What a well-crafted argumentum ad hominem ;-)
Bye
flori
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Y.K Thomas
Dear MrFlori,
Pls do not call my constructive criticisims of your usual anti-foreign nationals comments " a well crafetd.......as you have just done. Most of these prospective students are academically far better than you except that they are not privileged as you always consider yourself. They are humbled ones who need reasonable advice from people like you if I am right. You really need experience from other foreign jurisdictions in order to give the due respect to these applicants. Stop the mockery games and have life!
Wish you all the best in 2012. Happy new year!
Dear MrFlori,
Pls do not call my constructive criticisims of your usual anti-foreign nationals comments " a well crafetd.......as you have just done. Most of these prospective students are academically far better than you except that they are not privileged as you always consider yourself. They are humbled ones who need reasonable advice from people like you if I am right. You really need experience from other foreign jurisdictions in order to give the due respect to these applicants. Stop the mockery games and have life!
Wish you all the best in 2012. Happy new year!
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Pit Possum
Dear MrFlori,
Pls do not call my constructive criticisims of your usual anti-foreign nationals comments " a well crafetd.......as you have just done. Most of these prospective students are academically far better than you except that they are not privileged as you always consider yourself. They are humbled ones who need reasonable advice from people like you if I am right. You really need experience from other foreign jurisdictions in order to give the due respect to these applicants. Stop the mockery games and have life!
Wish you all the best in 2012. Happy new year!


Yaaaayyyyy, down with evil Flori! ;-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLcheuJ-tt0
<blockquote>Dear MrFlori,
Pls do not call my constructive criticisims of your usual anti-foreign nationals comments " a well crafetd.......as you have just done. Most of these prospective students are academically far better than you except that they are not privileged as you always consider yourself. They are humbled ones who need reasonable advice from people like you if I am right. You really need experience from other foreign jurisdictions in order to give the due respect to these applicants. Stop the mockery games and have life!
Wish you all the best in 2012. Happy new year!</blockquote>

Yaaaayyyyy, down with evil Flori! ;-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLcheuJ-tt0
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What a well-crafted argumentum ad hominem ;-)
Bye
flori

>> flori and y.k.thomas, please dnt fight or exchange harsh arguments, we are are lawyer's we should be solving other's problems/fights and instead we are fighting with each other.
Everyone has right to speak and exchange his/her personal views. Observe peace .
I respect both flori and y.k.thomas as both of you have
strong concerns/interests for the future of other lawyer's.
>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.
>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?
<blockquote>What a well-crafted argumentum ad hominem ;-)
Bye
flori
</blockquote>
>> flori and y.k.thomas, please dnt fight or exchange harsh arguments, we are are lawyer's we should be solving other's problems/fights and instead we are fighting with each other.
Everyone has right to speak and exchange his/her personal views. Observe peace .
I respect both flori and y.k.thomas as both of you have
strong concerns/interests for the future of other lawyer's.
>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.
>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?
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flori
Hello bilalaslam,


>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.


I would not subscribe to this thesis: In the end, it is less important where you come from than where you want to go. Less prosaic: If you really want to follow the career plans presented in your first posting (LLM+MBA-> financial industry in the UK), a general LLM will not be the best choice. If that remains the current plan, I strongly recommend an LLM programme focussed on corporate finance, banking law etc.

However, if you want to return to your home country (career plan presented in later postings) or think that in the end this will nolens volens be the path to follow, then the general LLM is the better choice.



>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?


That depends on the LLM programme offered by the respective law school. Still, in my eyes this module combination will lead to a rather sub-optimal outcome. In the end you will know a little bit of everything, but won't have acquired any deepened knowledge of anything. Whilst the combinations corporate/commercial and human rights/international law make perfect sense, the big, embrace-everything approach does not.

Bye
Flori
Hello bilalaslam,

<blockquote>
>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.
</blockquote>

I would not subscribe to this thesis: In the end, it is less important where you come from than where you want to go. Less prosaic: If you really want to follow the career plans presented in your first posting (LLM+MBA-> financial industry in the UK), a general LLM will not be the best choice. If that remains the current plan, I strongly recommend an LLM programme focussed on corporate finance, banking law etc.

However, if you want to return to your home country (career plan presented in later postings) or think that in the end this will nolens volens be the path to follow, then the general LLM is the better choice.


<blockquote>
>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?</blockquote>

That depends on the LLM programme offered by the respective law school. Still, in my eyes this module combination will lead to a rather sub-optimal outcome. In the end you will know a little bit of everything, but won't have acquired any deepened knowledge of anything. Whilst the combinations corporate/commercial and human rights/international law make perfect sense, the big, embrace-everything approach does not.

Bye
Flori
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bundle of thanks FLORI, got ur point, ok i am not interested in general l.l.m anymore,,,,final selection corporate l.l.m,,,thanks flori again.

Hello bilalaslam,


>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.


I would not subscribe to this thesis: In the end, it is less important where you come from than where you want to go. Less prosaic: If you really want to follow the career plans presented in your first posting (LLM+MBA-> financial industry in the UK), a general LLM will not be the best choice. If that remains the current plan, I strongly recommend an LLM programme focussed on corporate finance, banking law etc.

However, if you want to return to your home country (career plan presented in later postings) or think that in the end this will nolens volens be the path to follow, then the general LLM is the better choice.



>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?


That depends on the LLM programme offered by the respective law school. Still, in my eyes this module combination will lead to a rather sub-optimal outcome. In the end you will know a little bit of everything, but won't have acquired any deepened knowledge of anything. Whilst the combinations corporate/commercial and human rights/international law make perfect sense, the big, embrace-everything approach does not.

Bye
Flori
bundle of thanks FLORI, got ur point, ok i am not interested in general l.l.m anymore,,,,final selection corporate l.l.m,,,thanks flori again.

<blockquote>Hello bilalaslam,

<blockquote>
>> one of my friend told me that it's better to do General l.l.m, as it doesn't restrict you to a certain filed, as corporate and commercial law is only successful in those countries which are economically strong.
Students of third world country should select general l.l.m, as it might help them in all the fields of laws.
</blockquote>

I would not subscribe to this thesis: In the end, it is less important where you come from than where you want to go. Less prosaic: If you really want to follow the career plans presented in your first posting (LLM+MBA-> financial industry in the UK), a general LLM will not be the best choice. If that remains the current plan, I strongly recommend an LLM programme focussed on corporate finance, banking law etc.

However, if you want to return to your home country (career plan presented in later postings) or think that in the end this will nolens volens be the path to follow, then the general LLM is the better choice.


<blockquote>
>> can i keep the combination of (corporate+ commercial +human rights law+intl-law) in my general l.l.m course???? any idea about it?</blockquote>

That depends on the LLM programme offered by the respective law school. Still, in my eyes this module combination will lead to a rather sub-optimal outcome. In the end you will know a little bit of everything, but won't have acquired any deepened knowledge of anything. Whilst the combinations corporate/commercial and human rights/international law make perfect sense, the big, embrace-everything approach does not.

Bye
Flori</blockquote>
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Wheretogo_
Member's please help me, i have options of doing l.l.m in
1> corporate,
2> human rights
3> commercial law
4> trade law
5> business law
I have interest in working in legal firms dealing financail matters and leagal matters of different companies/organizations.
I want to know which field of l.l.m will help me in this respect, as i have also plan of doing 1yr m.b.a (business management ) after completion of l.l.m as to give an extra boost to my career/job opportunities.
Secondly, I am academically week as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.
my education consultant choose these univ for me
( Cardiff metropolitan univ,
London metropolitan univ
Bradfordshire univ,
Univ of East Anglia,
Univ of Cardiff,
univ of Aberdeen)
He also told me that , Scotland is good place for l.l.m as , lots of good law univ aw well as good opportunities of getting jobs )
Kindly, reply me briefly, as i am from a third world poor country, so don't have much info.


Do not go near places such as London Metropolitan or Brad or cardiff metropolitan ... please save your money!

Aberdeen is a very good law school with a good reputation so is Cardiff law school (Cardiff University). If the LLM is to help your career go to the best school possible.
<blockquote>Member's please help me, i have options of doing l.l.m in
1> corporate,
2> human rights
3> commercial law
4> trade law
5> business law
I have interest in working in legal firms dealing financail matters and leagal matters of different companies/organizations.
I want to know which field of l.l.m will help me in this respect, as i have also plan of doing 1yr m.b.a (business management ) after completion of l.l.m as to give an extra boost to my career/job opportunities.
Secondly, I am academically week as i scored 53% marks in l.l.b and 6.5bands in ilets( no band below 6 bands), so which university do u think will be fit for me in u.k, in-order to get l.l.m degree.
my education consultant choose these univ for me
( Cardiff metropolitan univ,
London metropolitan univ
Bradfordshire univ,
Univ of East Anglia,
Univ of Cardiff,
univ of Aberdeen)
He also told me that , Scotland is good place for l.l.m as , lots of good law univ aw well as good opportunities of getting jobs )
Kindly, reply me briefly, as i am from a third world poor country, so don't have much info. </blockquote>

Do not go near places such as London Metropolitan or Brad or cardiff metropolitan ... please save your money!

Aberdeen is a very good law school with a good reputation so is Cardiff law school (Cardiff University). If the LLM is to help your career go to the best school possible.
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