Opportunity for prospective LL.M. students to get information

Edward L. Rubin, dean of Vanderbilt University Law School, will be visiting several university campuses in East Asia this month. Rubin will be in Tokyo, Japan on October 24-25, and also in Seoul, South Korea on October 26-27 to speak to prospective students about the opportunities Vanderbilt offers. Prospective students who are interested in meeting him and Vanderbilt alumni during his visit are welcome to get in touch with Cynthia Coleman, Associate Director of Admissions & International Services at Vanderbilt Law School at cynthia.coleman@vanderbilt.edu.

Vanderbilt, located in Nashville, Tennessee, has a one-year LL.M. program designed for foreign lawyers. According to Coleman, one of last year's LL.M. students recently had her research paper accepted for publication in the Columbia Law School's "Journal of Asian Law."

For more information about Vanderbilt, please view their full LLM GUIDE listing, or visit their website.


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