Georgetown vs Northwestern (Business law related courses)


Hi I am wondering which one is better between Northwestern and Georgetown for business law related courses. I am an intl. LLM student

Hi I am wondering which one is better between Northwestern and Georgetown for business law related courses. I am an intl. LLM student
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Hello, I have considered them both for business law related courses. They both offer amazing courses, and it seemed to me that Northwestern has some very creative courses with little credits. I made Georgetown as my first choice, as I liked the clinics, externships and other things that GT has to offer. However, choose whichever you like being part of it more.

Hi I am wondering which one is better between Northwestern and Georgetown for business law related courses. I am an intl. LLM student

Hello, I have considered them both for business law related courses. They both offer amazing courses, and it seemed to me that Northwestern has some very creative courses with little credits. I made Georgetown as my first choice, as I liked the clinics, externships and other things that GT has to offer. However, choose whichever you like being part of it more.<br><br>[quote]Hi I am wondering which one is better between Northwestern and Georgetown for business law related courses. I am an intl. LLM student [/quote]
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Hi guys, please let me know your views on this. 

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