US LLM in Europe and the world


Hi,

everybody knows how expensive studying in the US is.So for people who want to get an US LLM, the solution would be to study outside the US and still get a US degree for future US jib prospects... anyone knows any. I know that loyola offers an international law in Bologna, any others?

Thanks
Hi,

everybody knows how expensive studying in the US is.So for people who want to get an US LLM, the solution would be to study outside the US and still get a US degree for future US jib prospects... anyone knows any. I know that loyola offers an international law in Bologna, any others?

Thanks
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Look for Notre Dame University LL.M. program in London, seems some how "cheaper" tnah the programme offered in the US. Also I believe NYU has a program along with a University of Spain, I dont recall which one right now.
Look for Notre Dame University LL.M. program in London, seems some how "cheaper" tnah the programme offered in the US. Also I believe NYU has a program along with a University of Spain, I dont recall which one right now.

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york
You probably mean Northwestern and IE Law School (?)
You probably mean Northwestern and IE Law School (?)
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You are right, Northwestern, thanks for your advise... There you go, good luck!
You are right, Northwestern, thanks for your advise... There you go, good luck!
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thanks for the comments guys. However, The IE/Northwestern program is for professionals with at least 3 years of professional experience. plus looks like you have to meet the requirements of the IE business school too... and there's a lot of online courses involved...most of the program is online actually.
thanks for the comments guys. However, The IE/Northwestern program is for professionals with at least 3 years of professional experience. plus looks like you have to meet the requirements of the IE business school too... and there's a lot of online courses involved...most of the program is online actually.
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hello all,
probably this isn't the right place to ask about the following, anyway.. i've been doing some rechearch master programmes on human rights and/or international relations and found out one at Keel University: Globalisation, HR and Justice, which in the end is more interdisciplinary than others. Anyway, i never heard about this univ, does anybody know if it is.. good? and what is the acceptance of post-graduated students from Keel in the work market?
Thank you in advance!
hello all,
probably this isn't the right place to ask about the following, anyway.. i've been doing some rechearch master programmes on human rights and/or international relations and found out one at Keel University: Globalisation, HR and Justice, which in the end is more interdisciplinary than others. Anyway, i never heard about this univ, does anybody know if it is.. good? and what is the acceptance of post-graduated students from Keel in the work market?
Thank you in advance!
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koala
I was admitted at Loyola a few years ago but decided not to attend the program for personal reasons. The program seems interesting and Loyola has a great reputation on the West Coast. However my understanding is that, like Notre Dame's program in London, the LLM does not open the doors of the NY Bar exam to civil law students (i.e. without a LLB in common law countries). Even if the NY CA rules refer to a program from an ABA accredited law school (which Loyola and ND are), the NY board actually requires that the LLM actually takes place in the US...
I was admitted at Loyola a few years ago but decided not to attend the program for personal reasons. The program seems interesting and Loyola has a great reputation on the West Coast. However my understanding is that, like Notre Dame's program in London, the LLM does not open the doors of the NY Bar exam to civil law students (i.e. without a LLB in common law countries). Even if the NY CA rules refer to a program from an ABA accredited law school (which Loyola and ND are), the NY board actually requires that the LLM actually takes place in the US...
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