UCL/Cambridge/QMUL LLM Law and Economics


Krabo
Hello everyone, I thought I'd hijack this thread a little bit to ask for some advice about the different LLM programs. I have a first class honours degree and (soon) a SJD from Australia, and am currently working as a researcher in Europe. However, I would like to complement my legal research skills with a background in economics research, particularly game theory research. I would also like to improve my skills in panel data analysis. I have identified the following programs as potentially suitable to my needs:

* UCL
* Cambridge
* QMUL
* University of Utrecht (I know it's not England, but still)
* EMLE

Given what I want to do, which of these would be preferable? Thank you.
Hello everyone, I thought I'd hijack this thread a little bit to ask for some advice about the different LLM programs. I have a first class honours degree and (soon) a SJD from Australia, and am currently working as a researcher in Europe. However, I would like to complement my legal research skills with a background in economics research, particularly game theory research. I would also like to improve my skills in panel data analysis. I have identified the following programs as potentially suitable to my needs:

* UCL
* Cambridge
* QMUL
* University of Utrecht (I know it's not England, but still)
* EMLE

Given what I want to do, which of these would be preferable? Thank you.
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LegalLife
Hello everyone, I thought I'd hijack this thread a little bit to ask for some advice about the different LLM programs. I have a first class honours degree and (soon) a SJD from Australia, and am currently working as a researcher in Europe. However, I would like to complement my legal research skills with a background in economics research, particularly game theory research. I would also like to improve my skills in panel data analysis. I have identified the following programs as potentially suitable to my needs:

* UCL
* Cambridge
* QMUL
* University of Utrecht (I know it's not England, but still)
* EMLE

Given what I want to do, which of these would be preferable? Thank you.


Not Cambridge LLM atleast.
[quote]Hello everyone, I thought I'd hijack this thread a little bit to ask for some advice about the different LLM programs. I have a first class honours degree and (soon) a SJD from Australia, and am currently working as a researcher in Europe. However, I would like to complement my legal research skills with a background in economics research, particularly game theory research. I would also like to improve my skills in panel data analysis. I have identified the following programs as potentially suitable to my needs:

* UCL
* Cambridge
* QMUL
* University of Utrecht (I know it's not England, but still)
* EMLE

Given what I want to do, which of these would be preferable? Thank you.[/quote]

Not Cambridge LLM atleast.
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chicken so...
Given your interests and goals, you might want to consider a non-LLM program (unless your research specifically addresses legal issues, which you don't mention...)

I know for example Amsterdam (through its School of Economics) offers a Master's program covering behavioral economics and game theory. LSE also has a range of offerings touching on game theory / economics...
Given your interests and goals, you might want to consider a non-LLM program (unless your research specifically addresses legal issues, which you don't mention...)

I know for example Amsterdam (through its School of Economics) offers a Master's program covering behavioral economics and game theory. LSE also has a range of offerings touching on game theory / economics...
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