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Irene°

Which one to choose is the correct?

Which one to choose is the correct?
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Irene°

Which one to choose is the correct?


lol...Nobody answers my question...lol

<blockquote>Which one to choose is the correct?</blockquote>

lol...Nobody answers my question...lol
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Poppet

Patience is a virtue!

I'm afraid that no one can answer your question without a little more insight from you on what you are looking for. What is best for you may not be for another person. What attracted you to their respective programs in the first place? What do you value in an LLM? In a law school? In a learning/living environment? These are all factors to consider, and without knowing what you are looking for and what is important to you, let alone what you intend to study, it will be very difficult for anyone to give you any tips.

Patience is a virtue!

I'm afraid that no one can answer your question without a little more insight from you on what you are looking for. What is best for you may not be for another person. What attracted you to their respective programs in the first place? What do you value in an LLM? In a law school? In a learning/living environment? These are all factors to consider, and without knowing what you are looking for and what is important to you, let alone what you intend to study, it will be very difficult for anyone to give you any tips.
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tnuchpiam

I remember someone saying on this discussion board that except for the top-10 (or perhaps top 20?), it makes no difference which US law school you would like to opt for. I have found this comment quite telling; therefore, Poppet's opinion is truly instructive and really what you should follow. No one can say, in absolute terms, which of the three schools you have mentioned is the best.

I remember someone saying on this discussion board that except for the top-10 (or perhaps top 20?), it makes no difference which US law school you would like to opt for. I have found this comment quite telling; therefore, Poppet's opinion is truly instructive and really what you should follow. No one can say, in absolute terms, which of the three schools you have mentioned is the best.
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Irene°

Patience is a virtue!

I'm afraid that no one can answer your question without a little more insight from you on what you are looking for. What is best for you may not be for another person. What attracted you to their respective programs in the first place? What do you value in an LLM? In a law school? In a learning/living environment? These are all factors to consider, and without knowing what you are looking for and what is important to you, let alone what you intend to study, it will be very difficult for anyone to give you any tips.



Suppose that I wanna to stay for several months or 1 year for internship after graduating from LLM, in order to practice myself and be more familiar with the American legal system.And then, I'd like to go back to my country. So what should I value in my program? A Law School? Or the environment?

<blockquote>Patience is a virtue!

I'm afraid that no one can answer your question without a little more insight from you on what you are looking for. What is best for you may not be for another person. What attracted you to their respective programs in the first place? What do you value in an LLM? In a law school? In a learning/living environment? These are all factors to consider, and without knowing what you are looking for and what is important to you, let alone what you intend to study, it will be very difficult for anyone to give you any tips. </blockquote>


Suppose that I wanna to stay for several months or 1 year for internship after graduating from LLM, in order to practice myself and be more familiar with the American legal system.And then, I'd like to go back to my country. So what should I value in my program? A Law School? Or the environment?
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uiefha.1

The top 100 ranking is a ranking created for Juris Doctor students or prospect students.

This ranking is not for LLM programs, the LLM students have totally different goals than a Juris Doctor student.

What I know is that there is not ranking for LLM students, you only can guess that maybe it is a good program depending of the university, but it doesn't say so much.

My advice, first think what you want, and after that study the LLM. Either if you study in the best universities but if they offer you something that you are not so interested, why spend 50,000 dollars?

I heard many opinions from graduated students who went to the best universities to study a general LLM, and they say that it was a mistake because their specialization is different?

Who wants to be specialized in general american law???
If you are professional you want to be specialized in your area or field. Either if you have a complete scolarship for studing courses that you won't use in your professional life anymore....

It is different if you want to work here, it is other criteria.

The top 100 ranking is a ranking created for Juris Doctor students or prospect students.

This ranking is not for LLM programs, the LLM students have totally different goals than a Juris Doctor student.

What I know is that there is not ranking for LLM students, you only can guess that maybe it is a good program depending of the university, but it doesn't say so much.

My advice, first think what you want, and after that study the LLM. Either if you study in the best universities but if they offer you something that you are not so interested, why spend 50,000 dollars?

I heard many opinions from graduated students who went to the best universities to study a general LLM, and they say that it was a mistake because their specialization is different?

Who wants to be specialized in general american law???
If you are professional you want to be specialized in your area or field. Either if you have a complete scolarship for studing courses that you won't use in your professional life anymore....

It is different if you want to work here, it is other criteria.
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