Georgetwon/Cornell/Notre Dame LLM


I was admitted to these three universities for a full-time LLM, Georgetown, Cornell and Notre Dame, I have been working for the federal judiciary (Mexico) for more than 8 years now, my life-term goal is to one day become a judge myself, while also work as an academic...

With this in mind, which of these universities you think fits better for my future goals? I would love to know your opinions.

PS. I am inclined to Georgetown, but still haven't decided.
I was admitted to these three universities for a full-time LLM, Georgetown, Cornell and Notre Dame, I have been working for the federal judiciary (Mexico) for more than 8 years now, my life-term goal is to one day become a judge myself, while also work as an academic...

With this in mind, which of these universities you think fits better for my future goals? I would love to know your opinions.

PS. I am inclined to Georgetown, but still haven't decided.
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darthsid
I was admitted to these three universities for a full-time LLM, Georgetown, Cornell and Notre Dame, I have been working for the federal judiciary (Mexico) for more than 8 years now, my life-term goal is to one day become a judge myself, while also work as an academic...

With this in mind, which of these universities you think fits better for my future goals? I would love to know your opinions.

PS. I am inclined to Georgetown, but still haven't decided.


Are you looking for a general LLM or do you want to specialise in certain subjects?
[quote]I was admitted to these three universities for a full-time LLM, Georgetown, Cornell and Notre Dame, I have been working for the federal judiciary (Mexico) for more than 8 years now, my life-term goal is to one day become a judge myself, while also work as an academic...

With this in mind, which of these universities you think fits better for my future goals? I would love to know your opinions.

PS. I am inclined to Georgetown, but still haven't decided.[/quote]

Are you looking for a general LLM or do you want to specialise in certain subjects?
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Are you looking for a general LLM or do you want to specialise in certain subjects?


Is going to be a general LLM
[quote][quote]Are you looking for a general LLM or do you want to specialise in certain subjects? [/quote]

Is going to be a general LLM
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darthsid
Each of these universities has their own strengths. I would suggest that you make an interim list of subjects that you plan to study and then compare the respective faculties in each university to see which ones best fit your requirements. Georgetown and Cornell are both equally good law schools so I would suggest you make that choice on the basis of what faculty and subjects suit your needs.
Each of these universities has their own strengths. I would suggest that you make an interim list of subjects that you plan to study and then compare the respective faculties in each university to see which ones best fit your requirements. Georgetown and Cornell are both equally good law schools so I would suggest you make that choice on the basis of what faculty and subjects suit your needs.
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In rankings both Cornell and Georgetown are closely matched, but judging by your experience (pardon the pun), perhaps living in DC may be a more interesting option, because the Supreme Court and the Congress are both there.

I'm not sure what to make of Notre Dame. I'm sure it's a good school, but I personally would favor the other.

[Edited by taxcandidate on Mar 05, 2018]

In rankings both Cornell and Georgetown are closely matched, but judging by your experience (pardon the pun), perhaps living in DC may be a more interesting option, because the Supreme Court and the Congress are both there.

I'm not sure what to make of Notre Dame. I'm sure it's a good school, but I personally would favor the other.
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