LLM 2015/2016


Hi, please I am seriously think to search for a scholarship to do an LLM 2015/2016 in UK in the corporate field.

Kindly advice me which is the best university to apply for and the scholarship. Need information to guide me.

Thanks a lot

Hi, please I am seriously think to search for a scholarship to do an LLM 2015/2016 in UK in the corporate field.

Kindly advice me which is the best university to apply for and the scholarship. Need information to guide me.

Thanks a lot
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law01

Hi, please I am seriously think to search for a scholarship to do an LLM 2015/2016 in UK in the corporate field.

Kindly advice me which is the best university to apply for and the scholarship. Need information to guide me.

Thanks a lot



Well it all depends on your qualifications, if we don't know your qualifications we can't give you any particular suggestion

<blockquote>Hi, please I am seriously think to search for a scholarship to do an LLM 2015/2016 in UK in the corporate field.

Kindly advice me which is the best university to apply for and the scholarship. Need information to guide me.

Thanks a lot</blockquote>


Well it all depends on your qualifications, if we don't know your qualifications we can't give you any particular suggestion
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Rana07

Please, Can anyone tell me which one is better, out of these options..? I've applied to various law schools in the UK, such as:
UCL, LSE, Warwick..etc..

My shortlist (Depending on my chances):
- Kings College, London
- Queen Mary, London
- Aberdeen
- Nottingham
- Bristol
- Cardiff
- Manchester
- Warwick

I would appreciate a detailed response; key highlights; order of ranking..etc..

Awaiting a positive reply.

Please, Can anyone tell me which one is better, out of these options..? I've applied to various law schools in the UK, such as:
UCL, LSE, Warwick..etc..

My shortlist (Depending on my chances):
- Kings College, London
- Queen Mary, London
- Aberdeen
- Nottingham
- Bristol
- Cardiff
- Manchester
- Warwick

I would appreciate a detailed response; key highlights; order of ranking..etc..

Awaiting a positive reply.
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law01

Please, Can anyone tell me which one is better, out of these options..? I've applied to various law schools in the UK, such as:
UCL, LSE, Warwick..etc..

My shortlist (Depending on my chances):
- Kings College, London
- Queen Mary, London
- Aberdeen
- Nottingham
- Bristol
- Cardiff
- Manchester
- Warwick

I would appreciate a detailed response; key highlights; order of ranking..etc..

Awaiting a positive reply.


Why isn't lse and ucl in your shortlist?

<blockquote>Please, Can anyone tell me which one is better, out of these options..? I've applied to various law schools in the UK, such as:
UCL, LSE, Warwick..etc..

My shortlist (Depending on my chances):
- Kings College, London
- Queen Mary, London
- Aberdeen
- Nottingham
- Bristol
- Cardiff
- Manchester
- Warwick

I would appreciate a detailed response; key highlights; order of ranking..etc..

Awaiting a positive reply.</blockquote>

Why isn't lse and ucl in your shortlist?
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Rana07

Because I don't think I'll be able to get in.
And from the above-mentioned list, I need an idea about the reputation and faculty in addition to the rankings.
Please give suggestions for the same.

Because I don't think I'll be able to get in.
And from the above-mentioned list, I need an idea about the reputation and faculty in addition to the rankings.
Please give suggestions for the same.
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law01

Because I don't think I'll be able to get in.
And from the above-mentioned list, I need an idea about the reputation and faculty in addition to the rankings.
Please give suggestions for the same.


If you get in LSE or UCL then you should go to one of those too.

If not; then from the list you have given us I would say: 1) king's; 2) queen mary/University of Manchester; 3) Warwick

If you could share with us your credentials you would probable get a much better response

<blockquote>Because I don't think I'll be able to get in.
And from the above-mentioned list, I need an idea about the reputation and faculty in addition to the rankings.
Please give suggestions for the same.</blockquote>

If you get in LSE or UCL then you should go to one of those too.

If not; then from the list you have given us I would say: 1) king's; 2) queen mary/University of Manchester; 3) Warwick

If you could share with us your credentials you would probable get a much better response
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Rana07

I've got conditional offers from Queen Mary, Aberdeen till now..keeping my fingers crossed on the other applications.
Moreover, my first option is Queen Mary, as it is reputed for IPR, and I'm interested in doing a specialization in the same field or an allied one.

I, therefore need you'all to just tell me about the bracket/ranking order/rating in which the colleges in UK would come, keeping in mind the varied options (shortlist) I have provided.

I'm familiar with all the rankings: Times, Guardian, Complete University Guide, QS etc.., but wanted to know the current scenario/trend/notion of the students already studying in UK or professionals working there; by throwing a light upon it.

Credentials: I'll rather not write about it, as it'll take some time.

I've got conditional offers from Queen Mary, Aberdeen till now..keeping my fingers crossed on the other applications.
Moreover, my first option is Queen Mary, as it is reputed for IPR, and I'm interested in doing a specialization in the same field or an allied one.

I, therefore need you'all to just tell me about the bracket/ranking order/rating in which the colleges in UK would come, keeping in mind the varied options (shortlist) I have provided.

I'm familiar with all the rankings: Times, Guardian, Complete University Guide, QS etc.., but wanted to know the current scenario/trend/notion of the students already studying in UK or professionals working there; by throwing a light upon it.

Credentials: I'll rather not write about it, as it'll take some time.
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GraziaT

Hi everyone,
I need some advice about LLM Programmes in UK.
Indeed, my first choice is LSE, but since I' ve heard it is very difficult to be admitted, I' ve chosen to give myself some leeway and search for some more LLM Programmes in UK; so, I would like you to advise me in this regard.
My main areas of interest are public international law (especially international criminal law and law in war) and human rights law (especially gender equality).
As for my credentials, I'm a 25 year old law graduate from Italy, I've obtained my law degree in July, (according to The Bologna Process, it corresponds to a Five-year Master of Arts) with a final mark of 110/110.
Finally, as for my english language level, on my latest TOEFL interned-based test I' ve scored 106 out of 120.
Hope I' ve made myself clear, thanks :).

Hi everyone,
I need some advice about LLM Programmes in UK.
Indeed, my first choice is LSE, but since I' ve heard it is very difficult to be admitted, I' ve chosen to give myself some leeway and search for some more LLM Programmes in UK; so, I would like you to advise me in this regard.
My main areas of interest are public international law (especially international criminal law and law in war) and human rights law (especially gender equality).
As for my credentials, I'm a 25 year old law graduate from Italy, I've obtained my law degree in July, (according to The Bologna Process, it corresponds to a Five-year Master of Arts) with a final mark of 110/110.
Finally, as for my english language level, on my latest TOEFL interned-based test I' ve scored 106 out of 120.
Hope I' ve made myself clear, thanks :).
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petitjaune

Hi Grazia,

From the information you have posted, it sounds like you have a very good chance of getting into LSE. Based on your areas of interest, I would also be looking at:

- Kings College (Kings offer a great LLM with many international law module, but it is more famous for international commercial law and trade. However, they have a great War Studies department that offer some courses in conduction with this law department. See: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/warstudies/study/wsonline/programmes/index.aspx)

- University College London (great reputation in public international law - there are a huge number of international law modules you can choose from)

- Cambridge (probably the best reputation in the UK for public international law - the Lauterpacht centre of international law is a great resource)

Hi Grazia,

From the information you have posted, it sounds like you have a very good chance of getting into LSE. Based on your areas of interest, I would also be looking at:

- Kings College (Kings offer a great LLM with many international law module, but it is more famous for international commercial law and trade. However, they have a great War Studies department that offer some courses in conduction with this law department. See: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/warstudies/study/wsonline/programmes/index.aspx)

- University College London (great reputation in public international law - there are a huge number of international law modules you can choose from)

- Cambridge (probably the best reputation in the UK for public international law - the Lauterpacht centre of international law is a great resource)
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GraziaT

Thanks for answering :).

Thanks for answering :).
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law-law

Hi Rana07:

Do you mean LL.M in Intellectual Property Law?

Both Queen Mary & Aberdeen are quite well ranked, however, Queen Mary is much higher than Aberdeen nearly from all ranking sources that I have come across.

Queen Mary houses a well-established Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) which covers a wide range of commercial matters, including IP. So, you better think about it. Moreover, since Queen Mary is located in the heart of London you maybe of beneficial to get some interns or jobs from international law firms bases in London, if you aim to have some international exposures right after your LL.M.

Aberdeen. It doea have a Centre for IP Law, but focuses more on Scottish one. Though it does cover some international fields on the said course. I can attest that there two very good lecturers of IP in Aberdeen, namely, Prof. Paisley and Dr. Chatrine Ng (sorry if i might have mispelled their names). If you like, you may visit Law School's web for their profiles at www.abdn.ac.uk/law. Morever, in general faculties are expert in their respective fields, more importantly they are ver supportive and approachable at all times. The Law School has its own library that is quite well-sourced too, whilst at the same time you can enjoy the universty's brand new library which equips witha state of the art facilities. Also the university's library provides both on & off campus sources which you can flexibly access from anywhere you like.

It is worth noted that a number of IP modules are very relevant to oil & gas industry given the iconic city of Aberdeen that ia known as the hub of a number of international major oil companies. This may help you to find an internships or job offers from oil companies right aftet your LL.M. Please be notef that Aberdeen has a very good connection with oil & gas companies. I say all this based on my personal experience.

Sorry that I can't comment that much on Queen Mary bc I have never studied there.

All the best and good luck with whatever decision you may opt to.

Hi Rana07:

Do you mean LL.M in Intellectual Property Law?

Both Queen Mary & Aberdeen are quite well ranked, however, Queen Mary is much higher than Aberdeen nearly from all ranking sources that I have come across.

Queen Mary houses a well-established Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) which covers a wide range of commercial matters, including IP. So, you better think about it. Moreover, since Queen Mary is located in the heart of London you maybe of beneficial to get some interns or jobs from international law firms bases in London, if you aim to have some international exposures right after your LL.M.

Aberdeen. It doea have a Centre for IP Law, but focuses more on Scottish one. Though it does cover some international fields on the said course. I can attest that there two very good lecturers of IP in Aberdeen, namely, Prof. Paisley and Dr. Chatrine Ng (sorry if i might have mispelled their names). If you like, you may visit Law School's web for their profiles at www.abdn.ac.uk/law. Morever, in general faculties are expert in their respective fields, more importantly they are ver supportive and approachable at all times. The Law School has its own library that is quite well-sourced too, whilst at the same time you can enjoy the universty's brand new library which equips witha state of the art facilities. Also the university's library provides both on & off campus sources which you can flexibly access from anywhere you like.

It is worth noted that a number of IP modules are very relevant to oil & gas industry given the iconic city of Aberdeen that ia known as the hub of a number of international major oil companies. This may help you to find an internships or job offers from oil companies right aftet your LL.M. Please be notef that Aberdeen has a very good connection with oil & gas companies. I say all this based on my personal experience.

Sorry that I can't comment that much on Queen Mary bc I have never studied there.

All the best and good luck with whatever decision you may opt to.






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arc10

Interested in Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, then go to University of Nottingham.

Probably the best after Oxbridge for these areas of law.

Interested in Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, then go to University of Nottingham.

Probably the best after Oxbridge for these areas of law.
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Hi guys, I have an offer from Cardiff university in International Commercial Law. Planning to sign into it. Anyone else planning to take it up? Hoping to get in touch !! :)

Hi guys, I have an offer from Cardiff university in International Commercial Law. Planning to sign into it. Anyone else planning to take it up? Hoping to get in touch !! :)
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