NYU -- International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration


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Well, judging by the response to this thread, around 10 I guess :)

You can't be so sure. I bet there are many more. I, for instance, just got my approval for a change to the IBRLA.


Awojc, I do agree with you. There definitely has to be more, just that there are very few on this site.

I have a few questions re the specialisations. Do we take all classes together with JD's? My understanding is that most of the classes are together with JD's/other LLM specialisations. Your choice of subjects are limited according to your specialisation, but in the end, everyone just belongs to one big LLM class. Am I correct, or do the specialisations have different classes?

Also, does anyone have a clue on what courses are the 'must have's in terms of professors?
<blockquote><blockquote>Well, judging by the response to this thread, around 10 I guess :) </blockquote>
You can't be so sure. I bet there are many more. I, for instance, just got my approval for a change to the IBRLA.</blockquote>

Awojc, I do agree with you. There definitely has to be more, just that there are very few on this site.

I have a few questions re the specialisations. Do we take all classes together with JD's? My understanding is that most of the classes are together with JD's/other LLM specialisations. Your choice of subjects are limited according to your specialisation, but in the end, everyone just belongs to one big LLM class. Am I correct, or do the specialisations have different classes?

Also, does anyone have a clue on what courses are the 'must have's in terms of professors?
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Awojc
Well, judging by the response to this thread, around 10 I guess :)

You can't be so sure. I bet there are many more. I, for instance, just got my approval for a change to the IBRLA.


Awojc, I do agree with you. There definitely has to be more, just that there are very few on this site.

I have a few questions re the specialisations. Do we take all classes together with JD's? My understanding is that most of the classes are together with JD's/other LLM specialisations. Your choice of subjects are limited according to your specialisation, but in the end, everyone just belongs to one big LLM class. Am I correct, or do the specialisations have different classes?

Also, does anyone have a clue on what courses are the 'must have's in terms of professors?


My understanding is that we take all classes with JDs except some of them (very few actually) that are exclusively for LLMs. No. There are no different classes for specializations. What classes you attend deopend simply on your choices. In the end, you find that you do more classes with someone in corporations than some of us because of individual choice of courses. As you can see, the range of courses to chose from is near limitless.

About the must haves, I have no clue because I do not have insider knowledge of the Professors' pedigrees. What I suppose is that the faulty is rich enough to afford the highest quality staff for any course you chose.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Well, judging by the response to this thread, around 10 I guess :) </blockquote>
You can't be so sure. I bet there are many more. I, for instance, just got my approval for a change to the IBRLA.</blockquote>

Awojc, I do agree with you. There definitely has to be more, just that there are very few on this site.

I have a few questions re the specialisations. Do we take all classes together with JD's? My understanding is that most of the classes are together with JD's/other LLM specialisations. Your choice of subjects are limited according to your specialisation, but in the end, everyone just belongs to one big LLM class. Am I correct, or do the specialisations have different classes?

Also, does anyone have a clue on what courses are the 'must have's in terms of professors? </blockquote>

My understanding is that we take all classes with JDs except some of them (very few actually) that are exclusively for LLMs. No. There are no different classes for specializations. What classes you attend deopend simply on your choices. In the end, you find that you do more classes with someone in corporations than some of us because of individual choice of courses. As you can see, the range of courses to chose from is near limitless.

About the must haves, I have no clue because I do not have insider knowledge of the Professors' pedigrees. What I suppose is that the faulty is rich enough to afford the highest quality staff for any course you chose.
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I was admitted today. Has anyone affirmatively heard how many students will be in this program?
I was admitted today. Has anyone affirmatively heard how many students will be in this program?
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Awojc
I was admitted today. Has anyone affirmatively heard how many students will be in this program?


Congrats on your admission. Let's just say we do not know how many for now. We see ourselves at NY or meet first at Facebook.
Cheers!
<blockquote>I was admitted today. Has anyone affirmatively heard how many students will be in this program?</blockquote>

Congrats on your admission. Let's just say we do not know how many for now. We see ourselves at NY or meet first at Facebook.
Cheers!
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Lena A.
Hi, I see that you enrolled in the IBRLA Program a couple of years ago and obviously must've graduated last year. I was admitted to this Program for the 2012-2013 year, but am worried about the job prospects. I spoke to a career advisor at NYU and she stated that it is difficult for domestic students to find a job after completing the program. I got my J.D. from a U.S. school. What was your experience like and where are you now? Would you recommend this program? I also got accepted to Georgetown's Int'l Business and Economic Law Program and can't decide between the two. Thank you!

I have enrolled, but I think this is a relatively new program, so no idea how big the class is.
Hi, I see that you enrolled in the IBRLA Program a couple of years ago and obviously must've graduated last year. I was admitted to this Program for the 2012-2013 year, but am worried about the job prospects. I spoke to a career advisor at NYU and she stated that it is difficult for domestic students to find a job after completing the program. I got my J.D. from a U.S. school. What was your experience like and where are you now? Would you recommend this program? I also got accepted to Georgetown's Int'l Business and Economic Law Program and can't decide between the two. Thank you!

<blockquote>I have enrolled, but I think this is a relatively new program, so no idea how big the class is. </blockquote>
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