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Hello everybody!

I'm a current LLM student, and I was wondering if any of you has already received callbacks from american law firms (to work in the US). I'm particularly interested in hearing from europeans w/ little work experience.

Thanks in advance,

Cheers,

JerseyGirl

Hello everybody!

I'm a current LLM student, and I was wondering if any of you has already received callbacks from american law firms (to work in the US). I'm particularly interested in hearing from europeans w/ little work experience.

Thanks in advance,

Cheers,

JerseyGirl
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francesc

Hi, just let you know that I got some interviews in the job fair but, so far, not any call back.
Have anyone heart from PriceWaterCoopers, NY?

See you.

I think that it is a good idea to post law firms that started to call back.

Hi, just let you know that I got some interviews in the job fair but, so far, not any call back.
Have anyone heart from PriceWaterCoopers, NY?

See you.

I think that it is a good idea to post law firms that started to call back.

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fg

Hi there

I have call backs from Fried Frank and Willkie Farr. Not sure about PWC

thanks

chaya

Hi there

I have call backs from Fried Frank and Willkie Farr. Not sure about PWC

thanks

chaya
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eowyn75005

Hi everybody!

I'm a prospective LLM student (i got offers from Columbia and U Penn so far). After completing my degree i would like to stay in the US for a year or two. What are, according to you, my real chances to do so considering that i am a French educated lawyer and have a one year experience as an associate with an English law firm. I would like to focus my practice on commercial law and commercial/international arbitration.

Many thanks.

Best regards.

Hi everybody!

I'm a prospective LLM student (i got offers from Columbia and U Penn so far). After completing my degree i would like to stay in the US for a year or two. What are, according to you, my real chances to do so considering that i am a French educated lawyer and have a one year experience as an associate with an English law firm. I would like to focus my practice on commercial law and commercial/international arbitration.

Many thanks.

Best regards.
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Michaeeel

Hi eowyn75005,

I'm French too. Congratulations on your acceptance, I would go to Columbia if I were you, unless you've been accepted to the dual Penn / Wharton program. Take a look at the NYC law firms websites, such as Sull Cro, there are a few foreign students with an LL.M. Moreover, I was at the ESSEC job fair this week and some associates of major US law firms have worked, after their LL.M., in one of the US office of the firm before coming back to France. Hope that helps ...

Si ce n'est pas indiscret, dans quelle cab as tu travaillé ici ? Tu peux répondre en message privé si tu préfères ...

Hi everybody!

I'm a prospective LLM student (i got offers from Columbia and U Penn so far). After completing my degree i would like to stay in the US for a year or two. What are, according to you, my real chances to do so considering that i am a French educated lawyer and have a one year experience as an associate with an English law firm. I would like to focus my practice on commercial law and commercial/international arbitration.

Many thanks.

Best regards.

Hi eowyn75005,

I'm French too. Congratulations on your acceptance, I would go to Columbia if I were you, unless you've been accepted to the dual Penn / Wharton program. Take a look at the NYC law firms websites, such as Sull Cro, there are a few foreign students with an LL.M. Moreover, I was at the ESSEC job fair this week and some associates of major US law firms have worked, after their LL.M., in one of the US office of the firm before coming back to France. Hope that helps ...

Si ce n'est pas indiscret, dans quelle cab as tu travaillé ici ? Tu peux répondre en message privé si tu préfères ...

<blockquote>Hi everybody!

I'm a prospective LLM student (i got offers from Columbia and U Penn so far). After completing my degree i would like to stay in the US for a year or two. What are, according to you, my real chances to do so considering that i am a French educated lawyer and have a one year experience as an associate with an English law firm. I would like to focus my practice on commercial law and commercial/international arbitration.

Many thanks.

Best regards. </blockquote>
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eowyn75005

Hi,

IN fact i've applied to the dual program UPenn/wharton but my offer of admission to Upenn is silent on the Wharton aspect. Do you know whether that means i was rejected from this program or that they will give an answer in the coming weeks?

Do you really believe that the dual program at Penn is better that Columbia, espacially if i want to stay in the Us for a couple of years?

Take care,

Hi,

IN fact i've applied to the dual program UPenn/wharton but my offer of admission to Upenn is silent on the Wharton aspect. Do you know whether that means i was rejected from this program or that they will give an answer in the coming weeks?

Do you really believe that the dual program at Penn is better that Columbia, espacially if i want to stay in the Us for a couple of years?

Take care,
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yueping

yes, it is better

yes, it is better
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