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Arana
Hi every one ,
I came to the U.S. for participating in a conference in DC with B2 visa about a month ago , now I decided to stay here and study LLM , I got my LLB and I'm doing my master in international law , I do need your help that if I want to stay only in DC or at least VA ( its cities near to DC ) , and by a budget limited to 40000$ per tuition , what universities I can consider ? And what types of Llm program are better for finding a job after graduation ? Is there a possibility for finding a job after graduation with a LLM ? I do not have time since changing visa takes 3 month ... Have you heard anything about Howard university ? Thanks a lot every one I 'm totally mixed up and I do not know what should I do ..
Tnx a lot I'm waiting for answer
Hi every one ,
I came to the U.S. for participating in a conference in DC with B2 visa about a month ago , now I decided to stay here and study LLM , I got my LLB and I'm doing my master in international law , I do need your help that if I want to stay only in DC or at least VA ( its cities near to DC ) , and by a budget limited to 40000$ per tuition , what universities I can consider ? And what types of Llm program are better for finding a job after graduation ? Is there a possibility for finding a job after graduation with a LLM ? I do not have time since changing visa takes 3 month ... Have you heard anything about Howard university ? Thanks a lot every one I 'm totally mixed up and I do not know what should I do ..
Tnx a lot I'm waiting for answer
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Wavshrdr
Without scholarship dollars, almost no programs will be under your budget amount. Your best chance for a very good school will be University of Texas (Austin).

As for getting a job after graduation, your chances are virtually nill regardless of what school you go to. I don't know the exact stats but based on my research, maybe about 3-5% find a job and almost all of those people came from the schools in the top 10 of all law schools.

Based on your geographical area, your best bet for finding a job is going to Georgetown. Unfortunately without financial aid it will be over your budget amount.

Good luck!
Without scholarship dollars, almost no programs will be under your budget amount. Your best chance for a very good school will be University of Texas (Austin).

As for getting a job after graduation, your chances are virtually nill regardless of what school you go to. I don't know the exact stats but based on my research, maybe about 3-5% find a job and almost all of those people came from the schools in the top 10 of all law schools.

Based on your geographical area, your best bet for finding a job is going to Georgetown. Unfortunately without financial aid it will be over your budget amount.

Good luck!
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alum
Hi every one ,
And what types of Llm program are better for finding a job after graduation ? Is there a possibility for finding a job after graduation with a LLM ?


I will second Wavshrdr here -- with the oversupply of US-trained JDs, employment prospects for LLM graduates are slim to nil, even for graduates from the top law schools.
<blockquote>Hi every one ,
And what types of Llm program are better for finding a job after graduation ? Is there a possibility for finding a job after graduation with a LLM ? </blockquote>

I will second Wavshrdr here -- with the oversupply of US-trained JDs, employment prospects for LLM graduates are slim to nil, even for graduates from the top law schools.
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