finance law


pkb

Hello everybody, just a little confused and harold to figure out on how to select universities on finance law?

Plesae if anyone could give me a lead/advice/ suggestion?

it will be really helpful!

Thanks and regards
p

Hello everybody, just a little confused and harold to figure out on how to select universities on finance law?

Plesae if anyone could give me a lead/advice/ suggestion?

it will be really helpful!

Thanks and regards
p
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Medland

HI Pkb,

There are a few programs in Finance Law that are particularly well known. However, I think in order to get the best feedback in relation to what you want to study/where you want to work/where you can in - would be to provide some additional information on yourself (career goals and academic and professional background info).

Generally speaking, Oxford nows offers the MLF, which combines the study of MBA finance classes with transactional law classes, Cambridge has just announced a new program (MCL), LSE as well as the other London universities have some interesting offerings...

In Asia, I would consider the NUS program.

In the United States, there are many excellent programs. Consider Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Chicago, UPENN, Georgetown, Duke, BU...

In Canada, the only program that I would really consider relevant would be UofT, if you had an interesting thesis idea in mind...

Tell us a little more about yourself and your background.

best of luck!

Medland

HI Pkb,

There are a few programs in Finance Law that are particularly well known. However, I think in order to get the best feedback in relation to what you want to study/where you want to work/where you can in - would be to provide some additional information on yourself (career goals and academic and professional background info).

Generally speaking, Oxford nows offers the MLF, which combines the study of MBA finance classes with transactional law classes, Cambridge has just announced a new program (MCL), LSE as well as the other London universities have some interesting offerings...

In Asia, I would consider the NUS program.

In the United States, there are many excellent programs. Consider Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Chicago, UPENN, Georgetown, Duke, BU...

In Canada, the only program that I would really consider relevant would be UofT, if you had an interesting thesis idea in mind...

Tell us a little more about yourself and your background.

best of luck!

Medland
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pkb

Thanks Medland,

I have been working with a law firm in india since last two years as a part of their banking team.

I have had an average academic career with almost dozen of internships through out my academic career.

My preferred area of further education would be banking financial laws in US. It will be of great help to have your inputs on the same.

Thank you so much once again!!

Thanks Medland,

I have been working with a law firm in india since last two years as a part of their banking team.

I have had an average academic career with almost dozen of internships through out my academic career.

My preferred area of further education would be banking financial laws in US. It will be of great help to have your inputs on the same.

Thank you so much once again!!
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If were you then I would have opted for BU's Banking and Financial Law programme, apprantely no other law school in US is better for this specialization.

If were you then I would have opted for BU's Banking and Financial Law programme, apprantely no other law school in US is better for this specialization.
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pkb

thanks. BU has always remained my first option when its related to banking and finance law. thanks.

medland any inputs?

thanks. BU has always remained my first option when its related to banking and finance law. thanks.

medland any inputs?
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Medland

Check out this thread:

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/74512

I think BU has a great program for Banking Law. I would look into it further, but I would also try to look at other programs.

Although the Course at BU is great, there might be some other universities out there that have a greater brand name. I know that in Canada, the BU name carries very little weight.

Its all a matter of why you are doing your LLM, what you plan to do after it, and where you want to do it.

Good luck!

Medland

Check out this thread:

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/74512

I think BU has a great program for Banking Law. I would look into it further, but I would also try to look at other programs.

Although the Course at BU is great, there might be some other universities out there that have a greater brand name. I know that in Canada, the BU name carries very little weight.

Its all a matter of why you are doing your LLM, what you plan to do after it, and where you want to do it.

Good luck!

Medland
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pkb

thanks medland.

it did help me me confirming my choice of BU.

now the point that am having troubles with is other alternatives in case BU doesnt work out for some reason.

Thanks for your input.

thanks medland.

it did help me me confirming my choice of BU.

now the point that am having troubles with is other alternatives in case BU doesnt work out for some reason.

Thanks for your input.
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pkb

medland need your help again

i have shorlisted a few colleges for my course
BU law, GW, GULC and Fordham

please suggest if its in the right direction??

medland need your help again

i have shorlisted a few colleges for my course
BU law, GW, GULC and Fordham

please suggest if its in the right direction??
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