Instituto de Empresa, Northwestern, USC, Clifford Chance and Freshfields among participants

e-fellows.net will be hosting "LLM Day 2007" on October 6, 2007 in Frankfurt, Germany. Lawyers and prospective LL.M. students will have the opportunity to listen to discussions and meet representatives and alumni from schools, such as Instituto de Empresa (IE), Northwestern University, Boston University, University of Pennsylvannia, University of Southern California (USC), UCLA, Vanderbilt University and University of Minnesota. A number of law firms, including Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and Linklaters are also participating.

For more information about LLM Day 2007, please visit the event website.

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