Alternative Dispute Resolution


DianaBerk

Is not the US but you should have a look to the International Dispute Settlement Master of Geneva. It has a lot of US professor, the HLS negotiation program as course, etc. A lot of people told me is the best program in ADR you can do.

Is not the US but you should have a look to the International Dispute Settlement Master of Geneva. It has a lot of US professor, the HLS negotiation program as course, etc. A lot of people told me is the best program in ADR you can do.
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fajats

I am looking into the MIDS program and it looks just like the kind of thing I'm looking for. Can anybody elaborate and give us some "on-hands" info on this course?

I am looking into the MIDS program and it looks just like the kind of thing I'm looking for. Can anybody elaborate and give us some "on-hands" info on this course?
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SS2015

Oh wow.

This is great information.

Every American I encounter is so pessamastic about the job market in the States. I hate it when they say that there is no way an LLM grad can get a job at NYC.

Thank you for coming back and posting once you got yourself a job.! How hard was the New York Bar though

I said I would be back and report. Well, I finished the LLM at Columbia and do have a job with a V-5 NY law firm.

To all those going for an LLM to the U.S. I can say this much: it is possible to get a job with good grades. Good luck!

Oh wow.

This is great information.

Every American I encounter is so pessamastic about the job market in the States. I hate it when they say that there is no way an LLM grad can get a job at NYC.

Thank you for coming back and posting once you got yourself a job.! How hard was the New York Bar though

<blockquote>I said I would be back and report. Well, I finished the LLM at Columbia and do have a job with a V-5 NY law firm.

To all those going for an LLM to the U.S. I can say this much: it is possible to get a job with good grades. Good luck! </blockquote>
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I am taking the LLM at Ohio State and certainly recommend it. The program in ADR is the second best of the country and has many interesting options. If you decide to come here, take any course taught by Professor Joseph B. Stulberg, he knows a lot about ADR and I am sure you will love any course taught by him.

I am taking the LLM at Ohio State and certainly recommend it. The program in ADR is the second best of the country and has many interesting options. If you decide to come here, take any course taught by Professor Joseph B. Stulberg, he knows a lot about ADR and I am sure you will love any course taught by him.
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SS2015

what do you guys think about Pepperdine for an LLM in ADR?

what do you guys think about Pepperdine for an LLM in ADR?
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kumarkunal

Hi. I have too applied for Pepperdine. Also Admitted, but not sure about it now. Can anyone provide any information about the university? Like the placements and everything. I have also received $25,000 fellowship.

Hi. I have too applied for Pepperdine. Also Admitted, but not sure about it now. Can anyone provide any information about the university? Like the placements and everything. I have also received $25,000 fellowship.
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Bellahse

Hey guys,

I need your advice very much;)

My field of specialization is dispute resolution and I was admitted to Michigan, Northwestern, Berkeley (both tracks). Cornell and Pepperdine (the only one, which gave me a scholarship up to date).

I want to pass the bar exam and pursue my training in DR.

Which one to choose?

Hey guys,

I need your advice very much;)

My field of specialization is dispute resolution and I was admitted to Michigan, Northwestern, Berkeley (both tracks). Cornell and Pepperdine (the only one, which gave me a scholarship up to date).

I want to pass the bar exam and pursue my training in DR.

Which one to choose?
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