GWU vs. American?


johnnyb

I've been admitted to American U's law and government LLM and also GWU's litigation and dispute resolution LLM....i'm really torn as to which I should go with...any advice??

I've been admitted to American U's law and government LLM and also GWU's litigation and dispute resolution LLM....i'm really torn as to which I should go with...any advice??
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dcllm

I graduated from American U's Law & Government Program. What do you want to study, and where do work and for a firm, government, corporate, or non-profit?

Feel free to message me.

I graduated from American U's Law & Government Program. What do you want to study, and where do work and for a firm, government, corporate, or non-profit?

Feel free to message me.
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johnnyb

I want to start out prosecuting, but in a few years go into politics perhaps lobbying. Ultimately I'd love to run for office or start a non-profit. How did you like AU's program (staff, students, difficulty, usefulness)? Did you work part-time while you did it?
You're the first person i've talked to who has done it. Thanks so much for your help as this is a tough decision for me.

I want to start out prosecuting, but in a few years go into politics perhaps lobbying. Ultimately I'd love to run for office or start a non-profit. How did you like AU's program (staff, students, difficulty, usefulness)? Did you work part-time while you did it?
You're the first person i've talked to who has done it. Thanks so much for your help as this is a tough decision for me.
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dcllm

AU's program is excellent. The professors have a wealth of knowledge and experience, the students are bright, passionate and engaged, and the program was very relevant to current issues in government. The current director is nationally known for his work in civil rights and is currently a Maryland State senator. The students come from all over the United States and from all over the world. I met students from Nigeria, Turkey, Israel, and many other parts of the world.

As for the difficulty, it was hard but very rewarding. I worked full-time while going to school part-time, so I had to manage my time well. Not to worry. Your classmates will be great and will be more than willing to help you.

AU's program is excellent. The professors have a wealth of knowledge and experience, the students are bright, passionate and engaged, and the program was very relevant to current issues in government. The current director is nationally known for his work in civil rights and is currently a Maryland State senator. The students come from all over the United States and from all over the world. I met students from Nigeria, Turkey, Israel, and many other parts of the world.

As for the difficulty, it was hard but very rewarding. I worked full-time while going to school part-time, so I had to manage my time well. Not to worry. Your classmates will be great and will be more than willing to help you.
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