Harvard vs Stanford LLM for Corporate Law


345tun

Hi guys,

I've been admitted to both. I'm definitely leaning toward HLS for its better standing in corporate law and unbeatable international reputation. Do you agree? Any input would be helpful, thanks a lot.

Hi guys,

I've been admitted to both. I'm definitely leaning toward HLS for its better standing in corporate law and unbeatable international reputation. Do you agree? Any input would be helpful, thanks a lot.
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Jimmy1209

Hi guys,

I've been admitted to both. I'm definitely leaning toward HLS for its better standing in corporate law and unbeatable international reputation. Do you agree? Any input would be helpful, thanks a lot.


I agree with you. SLS is wonderful, but not the best in the field of corporate law. I will go to HLS.

[quote]Hi guys,

I've been admitted to both. I'm definitely leaning toward HLS for its better standing in corporate law and unbeatable international reputation. Do you agree? Any input would be helpful, thanks a lot. [/quote]<br><br>I agree with you. SLS is wonderful, but not the best in the field of corporate law. I will go to HLS.
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Themis94

I understand the choice based on specialization.  But in terms of success rate in US employment post-LLM, SLS seems to have the slight upper hand based on my own observations as an SLS grad and conservations with fellow grads from both schools from different recent classes (mostly European and South-American LLM's).  In absolute numbers, HLS of course always places more grads, because their LLM program is almost 3x as big.

I understand the choice based on specialization.&nbsp; But in terms of success rate in US employment post-LLM, SLS seems to have the slight upper hand based on my own observations as an SLS grad and conservations with fellow grads from both schools from different recent classes (mostly European and South-American LLM's).&nbsp; In absolute numbers, HLS of course always places more grads, because their LLM program is almost 3x as big.
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