NYU-Trade??


Hi all!

NYUs LLM in Trade Regulation has three concentrations: Antitrust and Competition Policy, Intellectual Property and International Trade.
I choose to specialize in International Trade when I applied. But in the Admission packet, there is much emphasis on Antitrust and Intellectual Property in the Trade Regulation program, with little introduction to International trade.
Actually I am interested in International Business Transaction Law and International Commercial Arbitration, and things alike. It seems that at this time NYU hast not provided the detailed course description to students yet. So I am a little worried about whether I have chosen the right concentration for myself or not.

Questions here:
1, What is the difference between International Trade in the Trade Regulation program and International Economic law in the International Legal Studies program?Is there any major difference between the two in course setup?
2,Is there any chance that I can switch to another program, say, for example, the General Studies program, if I find myself not that interested in IP law or Antitrust?

Is there any insider kind enough to give me some instructions? Many many thanks !

Hi all!

NYU’s LLM in Trade Regulation has three concentrations: Antitrust and Competition Policy, Intellectual Property and International Trade.
I choose to specialize in International Trade when I applied. But in the Admission packet, there is much emphasis on Antitrust and Intellectual Property in the Trade Regulation program, with little introduction to International trade.
Actually I am interested in International Business Transaction Law and International Commercial Arbitration, and things alike. It seems that at this time NYU hast not provided the detailed course description to students yet. So I am a little worried about whether I have chosen the right concentration for myself or not.

Questions here:
1, What is the difference between International Trade in the Trade Regulation program and International Economic law in the International Legal Studies program?Is there any major difference between the two in course setup?
2,Is there any chance that I can switch to another program, say, for example, the General Studies program, if I find myself not that interested in IP law or Antitrust?

Is there any insider kind enough to give me some instructions? Many many thanks !

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hi..
congrats on your admission...will be seeing you in NYU soon...
well with regards to the latter part of your question, I'll say that you can change your specialization by requesting the university for it and it shall consider it. the details of the same are provided in the letter of admission that has been offered to you.

Even i was thinking of switching from my current (generalized studies) to trade regulation (ha ha....opp) because (this gets funnier) i wanted more of IP... which the course offers. I knw i can take the same without specializing but I want to ascertain the advantages of having a specialised degree to my name. I am fixing a meeting with Mr. Wieler to discuss the same.

hi..
congrats on your admission...will be seeing you in NYU soon...
well with regards to the latter part of your question, I'll say that you can change your specialization by requesting the university for it and it shall consider it. the details of the same are provided in the letter of admission that has been offered to you.

Even i was thinking of switching from my current (generalized studies) to trade regulation (ha ha....opp) because (this gets funnier) i wanted more of IP... which the course offers. I knw i can take the same without specializing but I want to ascertain the advantages of having a specialised degree to my name. I am fixing a meeting with Mr. Wieler to discuss the same.
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Hi!It's nice to see your message.congrats to you, too~~~
Quite interesting we are thinking about the same thing but to the opposite direction,hoho~~
Actually I'm not determined to switch yet,coz I still have no idea about the detailed course setup in International Trade.
Anyway, it is released to know that I have the chance to transfer if I wish.Thank you for telling me this.
So it seems that you have made up your mind to switch? Even already fixing a meeting wity Mr.Wieler~~
Best regards,look forward to seeing you soon in NY city:)
BTW, my name is Melody,from China.

Hi!It's nice to see your message.congrats to you, too~~~
Quite interesting we are thinking about the same thing but to the opposite direction,hoho~~
Actually I'm not determined to switch yet,coz I still have no idea about the detailed course setup in International Trade.
Anyway, it is released to know that I have the chance to transfer if I wish.Thank you for telling me this.
So it seems that you have made up your mind to switch? Even already fixing a meeting wity Mr.Wieler~~
Best regards,look forward to seeing you soon in NY city:)
BTW, my name is Melody,from China.
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postroc

So who else will be in NYU Trade Regulation?

I know there's at least Ritu, myself (I'm Boris from Taiwan) and one of my classmates also from Taiwan, all with IP concentration.

So who else will be in NYU Trade Regulation?

I know there's at least Ritu, myself (I'm Boris from Taiwan) and one of my classmates also from Taiwan, all with IP concentration.
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pato

hi guys

i am in for trade too. name's yves patrick. i am a Beninoise but grew up in Nigeria. tis strange but melody's reading my lip. he's really speaking mind. i am actually toying with changing to international Legal studies so that i can get to study international economic law. I hope guys can proffer an advice, what is the difference between trade law and international economic law?

hi guys

i am in for trade too. name's yves patrick. i am a Beninoise but grew up in Nigeria. tis strange but melody's reading my lip. he's really speaking mind. i am actually toying with changing to international Legal studies so that i can get to study international economic law. I hope guys can proffer an advice, what is the difference between trade law and international economic law?
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Sofi

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scotty

So Nikhil, when's this meeting u fixing with Mr. Wheiler???...coz i too am trying to asses the advantages of having a specialized degree to my name...even though i know i could develop my own specialization focussing on areas that interest me under the General studies programme, i am a lil confused...

So Nikhil, when's this meeting u fixing with Mr. Wheiler???...coz i too am trying to asses the advantages of having a specialized degree to my name...even though i know i could develop my own specialization focussing on areas that interest me under the General studies programme, i am a lil confused...
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Cynic1995

For the sake of good order, it's Weiler.

For the sake of good order, it's Weiler.
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scotty

Tht was n error...u sure r a big help....cynic 1995

Tht was n error...u sure r a big help....cynic 1995
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Cynic1995

sorry, was not trying to be an ass -- just thought that if you were gonna correspond with him, the correct spelling of his name might come in handy ...

sorry, was not trying to be an ass -- just thought that if you were gonna correspond with him, the correct spelling of his name might come in handy ...
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I have accepted NYU's offer for the LL.M. in Trade Regulation. I am from Belgium and I was wondering whether any other Belgians are going to NYU next year.

I have accepted NYU's offer for the LL.M. in Trade Regulation. I am from Belgium and I was wondering whether any other Belgians are going to NYU next year.
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Ray

HI. I am an attorney with 5 year experience in Japan and will be in Trade Regulation, IP Concentration this fall.
I look forward to seeing all of you in NYC soon!

HI. I am an attorney with 5 year experience in Japan and will be in Trade Regulation, IP Concentration this fall.
I look forward to seeing all of you in NYC soon!
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tanay0903

hey, i guess all the people here would have graduated from NYU in the international trade regulation stream. I am keen on applying for the same, and I would really appreciate some adivice from you on the following aspects:
i. As I have an equal interest in pursuing intellectual property & competition law, I was wondering which of these electives are the best to pursue? Also which have the best professors/job market?
ii. What is the job market for international trade law llm graduates (non JD applicants)? I am open to a job even in Europe.
iii. Any specific reason why NYU should be preferred over, say, Georgetown?

I hope you guys can help me out..

hey, i guess all the people here would have graduated from NYU in the international trade regulation stream. I am keen on applying for the same, and I would really appreciate some adivice from you on the following aspects:
i. As I have an equal interest in pursuing intellectual property & competition law, I was wondering which of these electives are the best to pursue? Also which have the best professors/job market?
ii. What is the job market for international trade law llm graduates (non JD applicants)? I am open to a job even in Europe.
iii. Any specific reason why NYU should be preferred over, say, Georgetown?

I hope you guys can help me out..
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