Event for international LL.M. students will be held at UCLA on February 22

The 2008 West Coast International LL.M. Job Fair will be held on February 22 at UCLA School of Law. The fair - the first of which was held in April 2007 - is intended as a recruitment venue for internationally trained lawyers who are currently enrolled in an LL.M. program at a participating law school.

Fifteen law schools will participate in this year's program. Interested employers will have the opportunity to pre-select LL.M. candidates of from a collective pool of more than 600 students representing 75 countries.

For more information about the fair, please visit click here.

Participating programs are listed below.

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