I recently graduated from law school and am currently studying to take the bar exam in July. I was just wondering how helpful an L.L.M. in Trial Advocacy would be in attaining employment, specifically in the criminal law realm? During law school, I interned with a local District Attorney's office for two years where I gained considerable courtroom experience. Although I never took part in a jury trial, I was fortunate enough to prosecute numerous non-jury trials and suppression hearings. Would such an L.L.M. program be beneficial taking into account the exposure I was afforded during my internship? Also, how difficult is it to gain acceptance to this program (particularly Temple's program)? Any insight on this matter would be much appreciated!