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As26

Hello everyone!

Who is attending KCL?

Did you apply for accommodation already?

I am from Venezuela and I'm looking forward to meeting you all next fall!

What about creating a facebook group so we can start contacting each other?

best

Hello everyone!

Who is attending KCL?

Did you apply for accommodation already?

I am from Venezuela and I'm looking forward to meeting you all next fall!

What about creating a facebook group so we can start contacting each other?

best
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Igna

Hello, As26!

I am from Uruguay and also attending KCL this september.

I've applied for accommodation in the university residences, but still no news.

Does anyone need the CAS?? I do and I asked them when it will be available, but they did not answer yet.

I totally agree in creating a facebook group, as we are almost in July!!

Regards!

Hello, As26!

I am from Uruguay and also attending KCL this september.

I've applied for accommodation in the university residences, but still no news.

Does anyone need the CAS?? I do and I asked them when it will be available, but they did not answer yet.

I totally agree in creating a facebook group, as we are almost in July!!

Regards!
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As26

Hi Igna!!!

So nice to have someone from South America too!
I need CAS too; when I asked about it they told me they are working on it, but I also need it Asap.

Are you gonna choose any specialization?

I can create the Facebook Group but would like to wait until we have more people interested.

best,

Hi Igna!!!

So nice to have someone from South America too!
I need CAS too; when I asked about it they told me they are working on it, but I also need it Asap.

Are you gonna choose any specialization?

I can create the Facebook Group but would like to wait until we have more people interested.

best,
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hein

Hi As26, Igna, There's already a group for the incoming KCL class at http://www.lawyrs.net/groups/236/kings-college-london-llm-class-of-2011

So far only 34 people have joined. Where is everyone else?

Hi As26, Igna, There's already a group for the incoming KCL class at http://www.lawyrs.net/groups/236/kings-college-london-llm-class-of-2011

So far only 34 people have joined. Where is everyone else?
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As26

Hi!!!!

Yes, I know about that group and I'm a member, but I think facebook is a little bit more dynamic and easy to use (plus, most people have facebook!!

we'll meet each other soon anyway !

What are your concentrations?

Hi!!!!

Yes, I know about that group and I'm a member, but I think facebook is a little bit more dynamic and easy to use (plus, most people have facebook!!

we'll meet each other soon anyway !

What are your concentrations?

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hein

Hi, I want to take competition law and IP courses. Everyone I know says that Professor Whish is one of the best lecturers at KCL. Does anyone know Tanya Aplin and David Llewelyn are good as well?

Which courses are you taking?

Hi, I want to take competition law and IP courses. Everyone I know says that Professor Whish is one of the best lecturers at KCL. Does anyone know Tanya Aplin and David Llewelyn are good as well?

Which courses are you taking?
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As26

That sounds great.

I will be taking the Public International Law specialization, and the modules I'm considering are Int. Human Rights, Refugee Law, International Law and the use of force.

Did you apply for student accommodation or are you gonna search for private accommodation?

Here's the facebook group:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=139097639438109&v=app_2373072738#!/group.php?gid=139097639438109&ref=mf

That sounds great.

I will be taking the Public International Law specialization, and the modules I'm considering are Int. Human Rights, Refugee Law, International Law and the use of force.

Did you apply for student accommodation or are you gonna search for private accommodation?

Here's the facebook group:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=139097639438109&v=app_2373072738#!/group.php?gid=139097639438109&ref=mf
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pritt

Hello Hein,

As26 and me just created a group on Facebook: KCL - King's College London LLM Class 2010/2011.

I'll be also taking Competition law!

Cheers!

Hello Hein,

As26 and me just created a group on Facebook: KCL - King's College London LLM Class 2010/2011.

I'll be also taking Competition law!

Cheers!
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Igna

Brilliant!!

I think I'm going to do the International Financial specialisation, but will decide during the induction weeks.

Regards!

Brilliant!!

I think I'm going to do the International Financial specialisation, but will decide during the induction weeks.

Regards!
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As26

Igna,

KCL just sent me my CAS number. Did they send it to you too?

Igna,

KCL just sent me my CAS number. Did they send it to you too?
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pritt

Hi, I want to take competition law and IP courses. Everyone I know says that Professor Whish is one of the best lecturers at KCL. Does anyone know Tanya Aplin and David Llewelyn are good as well?

Which courses are you taking?


Hi Hein,

I'm also interesting in taking some IP classes. However, in order to have a diploma in Competition law (CL) for instance, you have to follow mandatory classes in CL to have the title of "LLM in competition law". I think IP and CL are separate and there is no specialized diploma with both titles at KCL (except if you take both modules, but then it will be a very busy year)... And of course, Prof. Whish is an excellent lecturer (one of the reasons I'm heading to KCL too).

<blockquote>Hi, I want to take competition law and IP courses. Everyone I know says that Professor Whish is one of the best lecturers at KCL. Does anyone know Tanya Aplin and David Llewelyn are good as well?

Which courses are you taking?</blockquote>

Hi Hein,

I'm also interesting in taking some IP classes. However, in order to have a diploma in Competition law (CL) for instance, you have to follow mandatory classes in CL to have the title of "LLM in competition law". I think IP and CL are separate and there is no specialized diploma with both titles at KCL (except if you take both modules, but then it will be a very busy year)... And of course, Prof. Whish is an excellent lecturer (one of the reasons I'm heading to KCL too).
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hein

Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.

Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.
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pritt

Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.


Hello,

Have you checked if we are allowed to attend IP classes inside Competition law module? I've seen on the website that we can chose 8 courses in competition law, which is both very good and intensive.

Thanks Hein.
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Btw, are there French-speaking LLM students at KCL? :-)

<blockquote>Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.</blockquote>

Hello,

Have you checked if we are allowed to attend IP classes inside Competition law module? I've seen on the website that we can chose 8 courses in competition law, which is both very good and intensive.

Thanks Hein.
____

Btw, are there French-speaking LLM students at KCL? :-)
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xdude

Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.


Hello,

Have you checked if we are allowed to attend IP classes inside Competition law module? I've seen on the website that we can chose 8 courses in competition law, which is both very good and intensive.

Thanks Hein.
____

Btw, are there French-speaking LLM students at KCL? :-)


Many Congratulations! to all those of you who are going to KCL. Just to clarify some doubts-
You can attend whichever class you wish to, outside your selected modules but however, after some classes, you will find it extremely difficult to cope up with the extra classes.

Most of us who joined last year did attend some of extra classes but eventually had to give up because its got very demanding later. Also In the smaller classes, the profs expect you to read n come or even if its a big class, its always advisable to read and go. That way you will do justice to your course.

The classes are very well spaced and you will have ample time to read the topics.

KCL has many good professors, I had taken International Financial Law as my specialization but I really wanted to attend Richard Hooley class on Commercial Banking, I did audit that class in the first semester but later found it difficult to cope up with my other subjects so I had to leave it.

For those of you who are planning to take up Financial Risk as a subject. I wish you all good luck with Dalhusien. He is a very different professor. He might sound very intimidating in the first couple of classes and would discourage you to take up his class but dont get scared...take up that module, if you are really interested in knowing how the international financial markets work and also because Dalhusien is an excellent professor (Those who take up his class really like him and those who dont just hate him....:)). Also the second sememster of that module is taught by Prof Ludwik Van Sattan, he is the present MD of Morgan Stanley. He is also very good. Its a very challenging subject.

I must say that one thing which you will notice when you start your course at KCL is that most of the books in the subject areas that you will study or other colleges include in their reading list are written by Professors who teach at KCL. The book on Banking Law is written by Richard Hooley and Eva Lominika, Ravi Tenekoon on Finance Law, Dalhusien on Financial Risk, Ludwick on Institutional Investment Law, Richard Wish on Competition Law, David Lewyn on IP etc.

Further, dont miss out on the thursday drink. Its a lot of fun there....:) and a good place to socialise.

Goodluck!!!!

<blockquote><blockquote>Thx, pritt! I will check, whether I'm allowed to take an IP module within the CL specialization.</blockquote>

Hello,

Have you checked if we are allowed to attend IP classes inside Competition law module? I've seen on the website that we can chose 8 courses in competition law, which is both very good and intensive.

Thanks Hein.
____

Btw, are there French-speaking LLM students at KCL? :-)</blockquote>

Many Congratulations! to all those of you who are going to KCL. Just to clarify some doubts-
You can attend whichever class you wish to, outside your selected modules but however, after some classes, you will find it extremely difficult to cope up with the extra classes.

Most of us who joined last year did attend some of extra classes but eventually had to give up because its got very demanding later. Also In the smaller classes, the profs expect you to read n come or even if its a big class, its always advisable to read and go. That way you will do justice to your course.

The classes are very well spaced and you will have ample time to read the topics.

KCL has many good professors, I had taken International Financial Law as my specialization but I really wanted to attend Richard Hooley class on Commercial Banking, I did audit that class in the first semester but later found it difficult to cope up with my other subjects so I had to leave it.

For those of you who are planning to take up Financial Risk as a subject. I wish you all good luck with Dalhusien. He is a very different professor. He might sound very intimidating in the first couple of classes and would discourage you to take up his class but dont get scared...take up that module, if you are really interested in knowing how the international financial markets work and also because Dalhusien is an excellent professor (Those who take up his class really like him and those who dont just hate him....:)). Also the second sememster of that module is taught by Prof Ludwik Van Sattan, he is the present MD of Morgan Stanley. He is also very good. Its a very challenging subject.

I must say that one thing which you will notice when you start your course at KCL is that most of the books in the subject areas that you will study or other colleges include in their reading list are written by Professors who teach at KCL. The book on Banking Law is written by Richard Hooley and Eva Lominika, Ravi Tenekoon on Finance Law, Dalhusien on Financial Risk, Ludwick on Institutional Investment Law, Richard Wish on Competition Law, David Lewyn on IP etc.

Further, dont miss out on the thursday drink. Its a lot of fun there....:) and a good place to socialise.

Goodluck!!!!
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bluecrown

That sounds great.

I will be taking the Public International Law specialization, and the modules I'm considering are Int. Human Rights, Refugee Law, International Law and the use of force.

Did you apply for student accommodation or are you gonna search for private accommodation?

Here's the facebook group:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=139097639438109&v=app_2373072738#!/group.php?gid=139097639438109&ref=mf


Hello As26. I would like to enquire whether KCL had the Public International Law specialisation at the time you took your LLM there, or whether you took the General LLM programme and just chose the subjects that relate to Public International Law. I just received my unconditional offer from KCL and would like to specialise in Public International Law. However, the KCL site does not indicate that it has a specialisation on PIL. Although, the site says that they have PIL subjects. I'd appreciate your insights. Thanks.

<blockquote>That sounds great.

I will be taking the Public International Law specialization, and the modules I'm considering are Int. Human Rights, Refugee Law, International Law and the use of force.

Did you apply for student accommodation or are you gonna search for private accommodation?

Here's the facebook group:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=139097639438109&v=app_2373072738#!/group.php?gid=139097639438109&ref=mf</blockquote>

Hello As26. I would like to enquire whether KCL had the Public International Law specialisation at the time you took your LLM there, or whether you took the General LLM programme and just chose the subjects that relate to Public International Law. I just received my unconditional offer from KCL and would like to specialise in Public International Law. However, the KCL site does not indicate that it has a specialisation on PIL. Although, the site says that they have PIL subjects. I'd appreciate your insights. Thanks.
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Hi everybody!

It's very nice reading your posts as I am also an upcoming KCL Student and I am very excited about it! I am a qualified lawyer coming from Greece and Germany and I am thinking of a specialization in IP and Competition Law! Do you have any comments or recommendations on these 2 two modules? I am thinking in attending also Finance classes! I have already read and researched a lot about KCL and London so happy also to answer some questions, if I can! Anybody coming from Greece, Germany or Central Europe?

Looking forward to meeting you all in September!

ps. I will be also attending the International Orientation Days! Anyone joining??

Hi everybody!

It's very nice reading your posts as I am also an upcoming KCL Student and I am very excited about it! I am a qualified lawyer coming from Greece and Germany and I am thinking of a specialization in IP and Competition Law! Do you have any comments or recommendations on these 2 two modules? I am thinking in attending also Finance classes! I have already read and researched a lot about KCL and London so happy also to answer some questions, if I can! Anybody coming from Greece, Germany or Central Europe?

Looking forward to meeting you all in September!

ps. I will be also attending the International Orientation Days! Anyone joining??
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ps2. Is there a Facebook group for all those who will be studying at KCL in 2013/14?!

ps2. Is there a Facebook group for all those who will be studying at KCL in 2013/14?!
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Hello everybody!!

I have accepted an unconditional offer at King's and I would like to take an LLM in Competition Law, but at the moment they only admitted me to a General LLM.

Does anybody know if I will be given the opportunity to switch to the LLM in competition law after or during the enrollment?

Does anybody know how many hours a day will the course take since there isn't any information about that on the website?

Does anybody have any information about the placement chances after the LLM ?

Thanks!!

Hello everybody!!

I have accepted an unconditional offer at King's and I would like to take an LLM in Competition Law, but at the moment they only admitted me to a General LLM.

Does anybody know if I will be given the opportunity to switch to the LLM in competition law after or during the enrollment?

Does anybody know how many hours a day will the course take since there isn't any information about that on the website?

Does anybody have any information about the placement chances after the LLM ?

Thanks!!
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xdude

You will be given almost a month to decide on your modules. During this time, you are allowed to attend any classes which you desire, so that you are able to make an informed decision in the end..
Hence don't worry about this now.
Have good terms with the professors, especially the faculty who are practicing. Chances are that you might land up somewhere.
Hope this helps..
Good luck

You will be given almost a month to decide on your modules. During this time, you are allowed to attend any classes which you desire, so that you are able to make an informed decision in the end..
Hence don't worry about this now.
Have good terms with the professors, especially the faculty who are practicing. Chances are that you might land up somewhere.
Hope this helps..
Good luck
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Hello ... this is Indrani ..I am a final year student of law in India. May I request you all (whoever knows about it ) to kindly inform me about placements offered in kings or queens mary ? Which subjects of law have the best prospects in England ?

Hello ... this is Indrani ..I am a final year student of law in India. May I request you all (whoever knows about it ) to kindly inform me about placements offered in kings or queens mary ? Which subjects of law have the best prospects in England ?
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