Hi all,

I have completed my law studies in the Netherlands and would like to work in investment arbitration in the US. I am considering doing an LLM, and wondering whether it would be better to do a highly specialized program specifically targeting this sector, including professors like Jan Paulsson, like the one offered by the University of Miami, or even a non-US uni like MIDS in Geneva, or whether I would be better off doing a program slightly less 'relevant' to investment arbitration, but at a more renowned university such as Columbia or NYU.

By the way, I am well aware that both getting into investment arbitration and getting a job at a law firm in the US as a foreign trained lawyer are incredibly difficult. :)