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chicagollm

PM the details that you require and I will try my best to guide you.

PM the details that you require and I will try my best to guide you.
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shasgaut

I did it without LSAC..but I was applying to only 5 schools and I had access to steeply discounted courier service!!!
My suggestion is that you should have get some work ex before starting at LLM. Work Ex is not essential but it helps...!!

I did it without LSAC..but I was applying to only 5 schools and I had access to steeply discounted courier service!!!
My suggestion is that you should have get some work ex before starting at LLM. Work Ex is not essential but it helps...!!
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dnmf

Start by reviewing US News Law School Rankings. That will give you a basic idea about law school hierarchy.

Visit the specific law school websites - that will give you a lot of insight into law school admission process

Good grades in your law school would get you into good law schools in US. No work experience is required. It's preferred though. Lot of students get to top five, without work experience. Only Stanford LLM stresses on two year work experience.

Mostly grades, extra curricular - like moots, publications, admission essays, personal statements, and good recomendations does the job for you.

LSAT is not required for any LL.M. program.

Lot of schools prefer/mandate that you apply via LSAC (which is a private online system designed to help you in sending your applications). This is the last step.

Do your homework on shortlisting the schools/programs, get good grades, have two-three professors willing to write good letters for you, and you should be fine.

From a practical standpoint, a good M&A experience form your home country would be helpful in marketing yourself. Some firms doing India practice actualy prefer that.

Hope this helps.

dnmf

Start by reviewing US News Law School Rankings. That will give you a basic idea about law school hierarchy.

Visit the specific law school websites - that will give you a lot of insight into law school admission process

Good grades in your law school would get you into good law schools in US. No work experience is required. It's preferred though. Lot of students get to top five, without work experience. Only Stanford LLM stresses on two year work experience.

Mostly grades, extra curricular - like moots, publications, admission essays, personal statements, and good recomendations does the job for you.

LSAT is not required for any LL.M. program.

Lot of schools prefer/mandate that you apply via LSAC (which is a private online system designed to help you in sending your applications). This is the last step.

Do your homework on shortlisting the schools/programs, get good grades, have two-three professors willing to write good letters for you, and you should be fine.

From a practical standpoint, a good M&A experience form your home country would be helpful in marketing yourself. Some firms doing India practice actualy prefer that.

Hope this helps.
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jay16

can anyone please tell me do i have to take any exams like GRE or TOEFAL to pursue LLM in usa...?
also help me out with a suitable course to take up as i have a bachelor's degree in engineering and also an LLB degree.
please help me out!!!

can anyone please tell me do i have to take any exams like GRE or TOEFAL to pursue LLM in usa...?
also help me out with a suitable course to take up as i have a bachelor's degree in engineering and also an LLB degree.
please help me out!!!
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