rankings for international law llm


estar

I am considering applying for the international law LLM program offered by the washington college of law. On the university website it states that the llm in international legal studies, is ranked in the top ten. Does anyone know what the top ten llm international law programs are? That information would be useful to me when making a decision.

Thanks.

I am considering applying for the international law LLM program offered by the washington college of law. On the university website it states that the llm in international legal studies, is ranked in the top ten. Does anyone know what the top ten llm international law programs are? That information would be useful to me when making a decision.

Thanks.
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Ralph Wigg...

Take a look at: http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/law/brief/lawsp06_brief.php

Only the top 4 schools are accessible for free though

Take a look at: http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/law/brief/lawsp06_brief.php

Only the top 4 schools are accessible for free though
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Perhaps you should try actually taking 5 minutes and doing a google search? The information is easily accessible on the internet.

Perhaps you should try actually taking 5 minutes and doing a google search? The information is easily accessible on the internet.
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estar

Thanks all, i found out on the same day that i started this thread that indeed, Washington College of Law is ranked 5th for its program according to the US News and World report. I am certainly going to apply.

Thanks all, i found out on the same day that i started this thread that indeed, Washington College of Law is ranked 5th for its program according to the US News and World report. I am certainly going to apply.
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york

Perhaps you should try actually taking 5 minutes and doing a google search? The information is easily accessible on the internet.


Can anyone post the complete list? I did an extensive search, but I couldn't find it anywhere. SickandTired, where did you end up after your 5 minute search? Thanks!

<blockquote>Perhaps you should try actually taking 5 minutes and doing a google search? The information is easily accessible on the internet.</blockquote>

Can anyone post the complete list? I did an extensive search, but I couldn't find it anywhere. SickandTired, where did you end up after your 5 minute search? Thanks!
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I did a search for the word ranking right here on this very board and found a thread discussing 2007 USNews rankings.

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/14930/last/#last

It contains the information you are looking for.

I did a search for the word ranking right here on this very board and found a thread discussing 2007 USNews rankings.

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/14930/last/#last

It contains the information you are looking for.
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york

I have already seen these rankings when they were posted last year (I was actually asking for the 2008 rankings). Thanks anyway.

I have already seen these rankings when they were posted last year (I was actually asking for the 2008 rankings). Thanks anyway.
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ferarg

Hey Estar, I have exactly the same idea as you. I saw that University and i´m really interedted on International Law Program. I´m from Argentina and i would like to keep in touch with you in order to exchange our emails addresses ok ?

Hey Estar, I have exactly the same idea as you. I saw that University and i´m really interedted on International Law Program. I´m from Argentina and i would like to keep in touch with you in order to exchange our emails addresses ok ?
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Of course, that ranking is only for US law schools and would look radically different it were widened somewhat to include some European and other countries!

Of course, that ranking is only for US law schools and would look radically different it were widened somewhat to include some European and other countries!
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nriattorne...

AU WCL is indeed is one of the very good law schools more partiuclarly for their human rights program and active involvement in several internationl events;

Last summer I had an opportunity to interact with the Law dean and the faculty while attending a talk delivered by the Chief Prosecutor of International Criminal Court concerning prosecution of some of the top govt functionaries in Sudan.

The school keeps organising an effective interaction with top-notch personalities of the world which can benefit the students.

AU WCL is indeed is one of the very good law schools more partiuclarly for their human rights program and active involvement in several internationl events;

Last summer I had an opportunity to interact with the Law dean and the faculty while attending a talk delivered by the Chief Prosecutor of International Criminal Court concerning prosecution of some of the top govt functionaries in Sudan.

The school keeps organising an effective interaction with top-notch personalities of the world which can benefit the students.
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Onurtje

Hi everybody, i have been admitted for the LLM in International Legal Studies and will enroll fall 2008 semester. Is anyone planning to apply or already been admitted to the ILSP ?

Hi everybody, i have been admitted for the LLM in International Legal Studies and will enroll fall 2008 semester. Is anyone planning to apply or already been admitted to the ILSP ?
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Sh

Hi Everyone!
Does anyone know about 2008 international law ranking? Where does George Washington stand?

Hi Everyone!
Does anyone know about 2008 international law ranking? Where does George Washington stand?
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Nat11784

Hi Everyone!
Does anyone know about 2008 international law ranking? Where does George Washington stand?


AU is ranked 5 for intl law and GW is ranked 8. Onurtje, I'm applying to AU!

<blockquote>Hi Everyone!
Does anyone know about 2008 international law ranking? Where does George Washington stand?</blockquote>

AU is ranked 5 for intl law and GW is ranked 8. Onurtje, I'm applying to AU!
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girl

hey everyone!!! im really confused as well. i have been admitted to gw and au for intenational law and i will like to focus on interational trade.i live in dc and gw generally seems to have a higher reputation than au, but the rankings for this course says that au is better. im thinking, which one of them will give me better job oppurtunities? the americans are more familiar with jd rankings and not llm rankings. i really need help, please!!!!! my deadline for both schools is at the end of the month.

hey everyone!!! im really confused as well. i have been admitted to gw and au for intenational law and i will like to focus on interational trade.i live in dc and gw generally seems to have a higher reputation than au, but the rankings for this course says that au is better. im thinking, which one of them will give me better job oppurtunities? the americans are more familiar with jd rankings and not llm rankings. i really need help, please!!!!! my deadline for both schools is at the end of the month.
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LegAd

Hi,

I also get admitted into the WCL. According to my colleague american lawyers, the WCL is a very good school especially for its ILSP which is ranked 5th in the US after the USNews ranking.

Hi,

I also get admitted into the WCL. According to my colleague american lawyers, the WCL is a very good school especially for its ILSP which is ranked 5th in the US after the USNews ranking.
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hey everyone!!! im really confused as well. i have been admitted to gw and au for intenational law and i will like to focus on interational trade.i live in dc and gw generally seems to have a higher reputation than au, but the rankings for this course says that au is better. im thinking, which one of them will give me better job oppurtunities? the americans are more familiar with jd rankings and not llm rankings. i really need help, please!!!!! my deadline for both schools is at the end of the month.


Hi girl, I was looking at those schools too. My friend told me that the llm program at American University is known for being very good. The faculty at American Univ have done some amazing work and bring a lot of practicial experience with them. I think that though george washington is better known as a university, within the legal community, the llm program at american univ is much better. I guess it depends on what you want to study.

<blockquote>hey everyone!!! im really confused as well. i have been admitted to gw and au for intenational law and i will like to focus on interational trade.i live in dc and gw generally seems to have a higher reputation than au, but the rankings for this course says that au is better. im thinking, which one of them will give me better job oppurtunities? the americans are more familiar with jd rankings and not llm rankings. i really need help, please!!!!! my deadline for both schools is at the end of the month.</blockquote>

Hi girl, I was looking at those schools too. My friend told me that the llm program at American University is known for being very good. The faculty at American Univ have done some amazing work and bring a lot of practicial experience with them. I think that though george washington is better known as a university, within the legal community, the llm program at american univ is much better. I guess it depends on what you want to study.
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freich

Here are the 2008 U.S. News rankings for the top 10 programs in international law:

1 New York University New York, NY
2 Columbia University New York, NY
3 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
4 Georgetown University Washington, DC
5 American University (Washington) Washington, DC
Yale University New Haven, CT
7 University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
8 George Washington University Washington, DC
9 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
10 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/grad/law/internationall

Here are the 2008 U.S. News rankings for the top 10 programs in international law:

1 New York University New York, NY
2 Columbia University New York, NY
3 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
4 Georgetown University Washington, DC
5 American University (Washington) Washington, DC
Yale University New Haven, CT
7 University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
8 George Washington University Washington, DC
9 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
10 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/grad/law/internationall
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1.Yale University
New Haven, CT
2.Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
3.Stanford University
Stanford, CA
4.Columbia University
New York, NY
5.New York University
New York, NY
6.University of California--Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
7.University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
7.University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
9.Northwestern University
Chicago, IL
9.University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, MI

check them out

1.Yale University
New Haven, CT
2.Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
3.Stanford University
Stanford, CA
4.Columbia University
New York, NY
5.New York University
New York, NY
6.University of California--Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
7.University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
7.University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
9.Northwestern University
Chicago, IL
9.University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, MI

check them out

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