Law professor writes letters after review of qualifications and meeting applicants

Dr. Thomas Lundmark, professor of common law and comparative law at the University of Muenster, Germany and author of the German-language book, LL.M.-Programme Weltweit (LL.M. Programs Worldwide), is offering to write letters of recommendation on behalf of German students applying to LL.M. programs.

After review of the candidate's qualifications, also in relation to the requirements of aspired LL.M. program, students will be invited to a personal meeting with Professor Lundmark. For more information, please refer to this website (in German).

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