Dutch and foreign law firms will advertise and discuss job openings with students

The International Tax Center (ITC) Leiden will be holding a job fair for its LL.M. students on April 5, 2008 in Leiden (The Netherlands). This new event will give Dutch and foreign law firms the opportunity to advertise job openings in-person and via a web platform.

The Leiden University Adanced LL.M. Program in International Tax Law is jointly organized by the Leiden University Law School and the ITC.

The application deadline for the 2008-09 program is April 1, 2008.

For more information about the program and the job fair, please visit the ITC website.

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