International Law LLM Rankings 2010 US News & World Report


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Best Law Schools Specialty Rankings: International Law
Ranked in 2010
1 New York University New York, NY
2 Columbia University New York, NY
3 Georgetown University Washington, DC
4 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
5 Yale University New Haven, CT
6 George Washington University Washington, DC
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
8 American University (Washington) Washington, DC
9 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
10 Duke University Durham, NC
11 Stanford University Stanford, CA
12 Temple University (Beasley) Philadelphia, PA
University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
14 Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis, MO
15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL
University of Texas--Austin Austin, TX
University of the Pacific (McGeorge) Sacramento, CA

Best Law Schools Specialty Rankings: International Law
Ranked in 2010
1 New York University New York, NY
2 Columbia University New York, NY
3 Georgetown University Washington, DC
4 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
5 Yale University New Haven, CT
6 George Washington University Washington, DC
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
8 American University (Washington) Washington, DC
9 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
10 Duke University Durham, NC
11 Stanford University Stanford, CA
12 Temple University (Beasley) Philadelphia, PA
University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
14 Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis, MO
15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL
University of Texas--Austin Austin, TX
University of the Pacific (McGeorge) Sacramento, CA
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I believe that these are the rankings for the JD program. Anyone have any idea where US LLM program rankings might be?

I believe that these are the rankings for the JD program. Anyone have any idea where US LLM program rankings might be?
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The LL.M. rankings don't exist, but will be roughly the same. After all you are being taught by the same professors.

The LL.M. rankings don't exist, but will be roughly the same. After all you are being taught by the same professors.
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I thought it would be good to repost this here: "International Law Thriving at SLS" (http://blogs.law.stanford.edu/admissions/2011/04/12/international-law-thriving-at-sls).

I thought it would be good to repost this here: "International Law Thriving at SLS" (http://blogs.law.stanford.edu/admissions/2011/04/12/international-law-thriving-at-sls).
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