Hello! I am between Bristol, Glasgow, Nottingham, Reading, Birmingham and Durham to start an LLM in International Commercial Law this September and I am trying to figure out the best choice. I tend to prefer Glasgow, Bristol and Nottingham but despite some general recommendations from people in Greece I still cannot decide which would be the best program to choose in the field of commercial law. Any suggestion, ideas or information??
International Commercial Law
Really, without doubt?? why not bristol? any idea on how could I find out more about top llm progams in international commercial law or sites which present comparisons or specific stats(except the well-known rankings)? thanks for the reply.
There is no doubt that Durham is the best one among your list, according to many rankings. Plus Durham is the third oldest university in UK, I guess. Having graduated there could improve your C.V. , and your job prospects as well.
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