LLM in Litigation and dispute resolution


Please help me in finding good colleges in UK. I want to do LLM in dispute and litigation field. Which college will be the best for it in UK? Leiden and Stockholm i have heard are good as well. Im from India. Gonna apply this year for 2019 Sept intake.
Please help me in finding good colleges in UK. I want to do LLM in dispute and litigation field. Which college will be the best for it in UK? Leiden and Stockholm i have heard are good as well. Im from India. Gonna apply this year for 2019 Sept intake.
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I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum
I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum
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Any reason for applying in UK only?
Any reason for applying in UK only?
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I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum


Why? It would be useful to expand on your reasons for a comment that, on the face of it, does not seem to make sense.
[quote]I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum [/quote]

Why? It would be useful to expand on your reasons for a comment that, on the face of it, does not seem to make sense.
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I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum


Why? It would be useful to expand on your reasons for a comment that, on the face of it, does not seem to make sense.


To support the earlier statement, I've heard that if you're pursuing litigation/dispute resolution, as a general rule, you want to study where you will work (country-wise). As there are more opportunities in the UK for litigation/disputes, you would generally be better placed to make connections and get a job there, unless you hope to do so in The Netherlands or Sweden (and speak Dutch/Swedish). If you plan to go back home to India, pick the one which will be recognised best in India (I'd guess UK).

If you are confident you will be employed anyway, choose the best course.
[quote][quote]I think it is better to go to the UK, even if Stockholm and Leiden have better curriculum [/quote]

Why? It would be useful to expand on your reasons for a comment that, on the face of it, does not seem to make sense.[/quote]

To support the earlier statement, I've heard that if you're pursuing litigation/dispute resolution, as a general rule, you want to study where you will work (country-wise). As there are more opportunities in the UK for litigation/disputes, you would generally be better placed to make connections and get a job there, unless you hope to do so in The Netherlands or Sweden (and speak Dutch/Swedish). If you plan to go back home to India, pick the one which will be recognised best in India (I'd guess UK).

If you are confident you will be employed anyway, choose the best course.
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Now I'm certain. I'm going to Aberdeen University for my llm. Please guide me or give your reviews in this regard.
Now I'm certain. I'm going to Aberdeen University for my llm. Please guide me or give your reviews in this regard.
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