CLS x Stanford - Bankruptcy & Corporate


BrLLM
I know there are several threads comparing Stanford and Columbia, but I have never seen a discussing with this focus. I know Harvey Miller is one of the best bankruptcy lawyers in the US (and in the World); so does that mean that I should go to NYC without thinking?

And I intend to have corporate law related classes also.

What do you think about this?
I know there are several threads comparing Stanford and Columbia, but I have never seen a discussing with this focus. I know Harvey Miller is one of the best bankruptcy lawyers in the US (and in the World); so does that mean that I should go to NYC without thinking?

And I intend to have corporate law related classes also.

What do you think about this?
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BrLLM
Anyone? I would really appreciate some thoughts!

Thank you!
Anyone? I would really appreciate some thoughts!

Thank you!
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tinysea
I'm in a similar battle between CLS and SLS - but probably will go for SLS. It's top 3 and THE most selective program anyway. Plus it has a beautiful campus.
I'm in a similar battle between CLS and SLS - but probably will go for SLS. It's top 3 and THE most selective program anyway. Plus it has a beautiful campus.
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BrLLM
Thanks a lot for sharing yours thoughts! Are you planning to take bankruptcy classes also? That is one of my main focus and the bankruptcy faculty in Columbia is really amazing! That is why I am so confused!!
Thanks a lot for sharing yours thoughts! Are you planning to take bankruptcy classes also? That is one of my main focus and the bankruptcy faculty in Columbia is really amazing! That is why I am so confused!!
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tinysea
@BrLLM - probably not, but exactly the same situation - I actually focus on investment funds and CLS offers right such a course. But even so, this is not sufficient to turn down SLS - as people always say, it's not important what you learn during the 1-yr LLM; you can always get the know-how from books and practice...

My real concern is that life will be more intensive at SLS... 3 semesters and only one month to prepare for NY bar... but that might be the price of sunshine :)
@BrLLM - probably not, but exactly the same situation - I actually focus on investment funds and CLS offers right such a course. But even so, this is not sufficient to turn down SLS - as people always say, it's not important what you learn during the 1-yr LLM; you can always get the know-how from books and practice...

My real concern is that life will be more intensive at SLS... 3 semesters and only one month to prepare for NY bar... but that might be the price of sunshine :)
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mamo
Tinysea, do you know whether stanford have already completed the admisiions for the corporate governance llm program?
Tinysea, do you know whether stanford have already completed the admisiions for the corporate governance llm program?
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JJMm
CLS x NYU or Stanford for a LLM focused in Bankruptcy Law?? Anyone can help??
CLS x NYU or Stanford for a LLM focused in Bankruptcy Law?? Anyone can help??
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