Litigation and Arbitration in New York


guido29

Hi all!

I'm a European lawyer and I'm doing an LL.M. in New York starting next August 2010. My specialty is international litigation and arbitration.
I've already been admitted to Columbia and expect to be admitted to NYU as well.
I want to take courses in American and international litigation and in arbitration.
Both Columbia and NYU have a very good reputation in these areas. Which one would you recommend?

Thank you, and good luck with your applications if you are waiting too!

Hi all!

I'm a European lawyer and I'm doing an LL.M. in New York starting next August 2010. My specialty is international litigation and arbitration.
I've already been admitted to Columbia and expect to be admitted to NYU as well.
I want to take courses in American and international litigation and in arbitration.
Both Columbia and NYU have a very good reputation in these areas. Which one would you recommend?

Thank you, and good luck with your applications if you are waiting too!
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Seemore

Guido, were you accepted ate Columbia in the early review our as a regular cycle applicant? If you were accepted in the regular cycle could you tell us when did you get your response? Thank you.

Guido, were you accepted ate Columbia in the early review our as a regular cycle applicant? If you were accepted in the regular cycle could you tell us when did you get your response? Thank you.
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guido29

Early review I'm afraid. Good luck again!

Early review I'm afraid. Good luck again!
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