China vs USA


Hi All,
I applied to LLM program either in CHina and in the USA. Due to the economy I believe that today has more sense to lern how the chinese system works,rather then attending the overwelmed American programs. I believe that in few years Chinese schools will become more competitive to get in and more people will want to get in. What are your thoughts?

Hi All,
I applied to LLM program either in CHina and in the USA. Due to the economy I believe that today has more sense to lern how the chinese system works,rather then attending the overwelmed American programs. I believe that in few years Chinese schools will become more competitive to get in and more people will want to get in. What are your thoughts?

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Which program did you apply in China?

I currently live on China and I applied to a program here but I decided not to do it in the end. Honestly, the quality of the education in China is still no where near US schools.

I think it would be better to get an LLM in the States and then come to China. Both local and international firms in China give a great value to US education. It also wouldnt hurt to learn Chinese if you really want to come to China!

Which program did you apply in China?

I currently live on China and I applied to a program here but I decided not to do it in the end. Honestly, the quality of the education in China is still no where near US schools.

I think it would be better to get an LLM in the States and then come to China. Both local and international firms in China give a great value to US education. It also wouldnt hurt to learn Chinese if you really want to come to China!
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mikado

I suggest you should first try working a couple of months/visiting China before considering an LL.M. here.
The education cn't even be compared to the US and practicing law in China can be very frustrating (I speak of experience).
Btw, chinese is very hard to learn and even after 4/5 years, I see lawyers still can't concretely work on chinese law.

I suggest you should first try working a couple of months/visiting China before considering an LL.M. here.
The education cn't even be compared to the US and practicing law in China can be very frustrating (I speak of experience).
Btw, chinese is very hard to learn and even after 4/5 years, I see lawyers still can't concretely work on chinese law.
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