UCL or LSE for International Litigation/Arbitration?


Marie23
Thank you ;-)
Thank you ;-)
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andresob5
For International Arbitration you should also consider QMUL, it is a very prestigious program in that field.
For International Arbitration you should also consider QMUL, it is a very prestigious program in that field.
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Marie23
I have already declined QM's offer, as I do not want to focus mainly on Int. Arbitration, but study it as an option. UCL/LSE : Which one would you choose for International Litgation?
I have already declined QM's offer, as I do not want to focus mainly on Int. Arbitration, but study it as an option. UCL/LSE : Which one would you choose for International Litgation?
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anyone? any ideas?
anyone? any ideas?
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Colin88
I think UCL is better. Maybe I say this cause its where I'll be going but check this out:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/prospective/llm/index.shtml?llm_spec_LIT

The litigation and dispute resolution specialism looks wicked and there is a lot of international law modules to pick from.
I think UCL is better. Maybe I say this cause its where I'll be going but check this out:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/prospective/llm/index.shtml?llm_spec_LIT

The litigation and dispute resolution specialism looks wicked and there is a lot of international law modules to pick from.
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roma7603
I heard last summer from a doctoral student from Dundee that LSE is developing its litigation/arbitration education, creating new modules, working on a new LLM... or perhaps it already exists, I'm not sure. But I've heard LSE is growing rapidly in this area of education.

Indeed for arbitration, the classic LLMs are QMUL (London), ICAL (Stockholm) and MIDS (Geneva). But I believe at the MIDS you can study a variety of other international dispute resolution mechanisms (WTO, even ICJ) and commercial law, and keep arbitration as a single option/module. So it seems like an interesting choice for you.

I think the application deadline for the coming year is passed.
I heard last summer from a doctoral student from Dundee that LSE is developing its litigation/arbitration education, creating new modules, working on a new LLM... or perhaps it already exists, I'm not sure. But I've heard LSE is growing rapidly in this area of education.

Indeed for arbitration, the classic LLMs are QMUL (London), ICAL (Stockholm) and MIDS (Geneva). But I believe at the MIDS you can study a variety of other international dispute resolution mechanisms (WTO, even ICJ) and commercial law, and keep arbitration as a single option/module. So it seems like an interesting choice for you.

I think the application deadline for the coming year is passed.
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Marie23
Any other advice regarding dispute resolution?
Any other advice regarding dispute resolution?
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