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Which option is better?

Suffolk- 12000$ scholarship
Northeastern- 15000$ scholarship
New Hampshire(Franklin Pierce)- 12000$ scholarship

Please give urgent advice for decision making
Which option is better?

Suffolk- 12000$ scholarship
Northeastern- 15000$ scholarship
New Hampshire(Franklin Pierce)- 12000$ scholarship

Please give urgent advice for decision making
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Which option is better?

Suffolk- 12000$ scholarship
Northeastern- 15000$ scholarship
New Hampshire(Franklin Pierce)- 12000$ scholarship

Please give urgent advice for decision making


Northeastern
<blockquote>Which option is better?

Suffolk- 12000$ scholarship
Northeastern- 15000$ scholarship
New Hampshire(Franklin Pierce)- 12000$ scholarship

Please give urgent advice for decision making
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Northeastern
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Northeastern generally but New Hampshire might be strong as well - their LLM in Intellectual Property is fairly strong. I'm not sure I would consider Suffolk if I got into both of those other schools.
Northeastern generally but New Hampshire might be strong as well - their LLM in Intellectual Property is fairly strong. I'm not sure I would consider Suffolk if I got into both of those other schools.
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I know this may not be what you want to hear, but this is the correct answer. None. It's hard enough for foreign LLMs to get jobs, let alone from these schools. A JD from Northeastern is arguably reasonable with a significant scholarship, but getting your LLM (at least for foreign-trained attorneys) from any of these schools will likely lead to an uphill battle when it comes to employment.

That said, if you absolutely MUST attend one of these three schools, Northeastern for sure.
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I know this may not be what you want to hear, but this is the correct answer. None. It's hard enough for foreign LLMs to get jobs, let alone from these schools. A JD from Northeastern is arguably reasonable with a significant scholarship, but getting your LLM (at least for foreign-trained attorneys) from any of these schools will likely lead to an uphill battle when it comes to employment.

That said, if you absolutely MUST attend one of these three schools, Northeastern for sure.
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