Case Western Reserve OR University of Illinois


apsn

i have been admitted to both Case Western Reserve University,CLEVELAND, OHIO and also at University of Illinois, URBANA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS.
But i am very much confused where to go???????
can anyone tell me abt the placement rates of both these universities.

i have been admitted to both Case Western Reserve University,CLEVELAND, OHIO and also at University of Illinois, URBANA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS.
But i am very much confused where to go???????
can anyone tell me abt the placement rates of both these universities.
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nadia

If I were you, I would go to UIUC.

I know both schools are good, however UIUC is ranked higher than CWRU and get more reputation in the job market, as I know.

There is JSD degree program in the UIUC law school and I heard some ll.m. graduates are allowed to transfer to their JD program, which means you can have more options there.

If I were you, I would go to UIUC.

I know both schools are good, however UIUC is ranked higher than CWRU and get more reputation in the job market, as I know.

There is JSD degree program in the UIUC law school and I heard some ll.m. graduates are allowed to transfer to their JD program, which means you can have more options there.
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apsn

thanks a lot nadia..........that was really quite useful information. do u know anything specifically regarding the placements done by UIUC. the chart shows that it has placement rate of 94% , is that for the JD students or for the LLM students ........ can u please clarify on this point . i shall be really greatful to u.

thanks a lot nadia..........that was really quite useful information. do u know anything specifically regarding the placements done by UIUC. the chart shows that it has placement rate of 94% , is that for the JD students or for the LLM students ........ can u please clarify on this point . i shall be really greatful to u.
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nadia

As far as I know, the job placement in their website is for JD students.
You know, it is not easy to get a job in the US with only LL.M. degree. It depends on so many facters such as how fluent your English is, which country you are from or what kind of job did you have before entering law school....etc.

As far as I know, the job placement in their website is for JD students.
You know, it is not easy to get a job in the US with only LL.M. degree. It depends on so many facters such as how fluent your English is, which country you are from or what kind of job did you have before entering law school....etc.
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eikefm

UIUC is much better than CASE, go there no doubt

UIUC is much better than CASE, go there no doubt
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apsn

thanks a lot friends. i f any of u could tell me where and how are the LLM graduates from UIUC are placed after the completion of their course.

thanks a lot friends. i f any of u could tell me where and how are the LLM graduates from UIUC are placed after the completion of their course.
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apsn

do u know anyone else who is coming to UIUC.

do u know anyone else who is coming to UIUC.
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llmgrad

Some of Nadia's comments are not accurate. I went to Case. Case Western also allows LLMs to transfer to the JD program. I know many LLMs who have done so, and have graduated from the Case JD after the LLM. Also, the advantage for Case is that it is in Ohio, which is one of only a few states including NY and CA to allow LLMs to take the bar exam. Illinois does not allow it. I liked Case because they have a good support system, which is not found in any other LLM program.

Some of Nadia's comments are not accurate. I went to Case. Case Western also allows LLMs to transfer to the JD program. I know many LLMs who have done so, and have graduated from the Case JD after the LLM. Also, the advantage for Case is that it is in Ohio, which is one of only a few states including NY and CA to allow LLMs to take the bar exam. Illinois does not allow it. I liked Case because they have a good support system, which is not found in any other LLM program.
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Some of Nadia's comments are not accurate. I went to Case. Case Western also allows LLMs to transfer to the JD program. I know many LLMs who have done so, and have graduated from the Case JD after the LLM. Also, the advantage for Case is that it is in Ohio, which is one of only a few states including NY and CA to allow LLMs to take the bar exam. Illinois does not allow it. I liked Case because they have a good support system, which is not found in any other LLM program.


I like UIUC.
It is much better ranking without a doubt, especially with a ill economy in the states.
Of course, the better ranking, the better chance for us to go to the market.
Besides, it is much more famous.
As for the job market, UIUC has very strong NET work in ALLUMI
, which extends far more you can think.
Go for it.No doubt.

<blockquote>Some of Nadia's comments are not accurate. I went to Case. Case Western also allows LLMs to transfer to the JD program. I know many LLMs who have done so, and have graduated from the Case JD after the LLM. Also, the advantage for Case is that it is in Ohio, which is one of only a few states including NY and CA to allow LLMs to take the bar exam. Illinois does not allow it. I liked Case because they have a good support system, which is not found in any other LLM program. </blockquote>

I like UIUC.
It is much better ranking without a doubt, especially with a ill economy in the states.
Of course, the better ranking, the better chance for us to go to the market.
Besides, it is much more famous.
As for the job market, UIUC has very strong NET work in ALLUMI
, which extends far more you can think.
Go for it.No doubt.
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