International law schools and firms to attend info event in Germany

On October 11, e-fellows will be hosting an "LL.M. Day" information event in Frankfurt, Germany for prospective LL.M. students. The organizers also expect representatives from a handful of international law firms, including Clifford Chance, Freshfields, and Linklaters.

The event will include a presentation, workshops, and the chance to meet law firms and schools offering LL.M. programs in the United States, Britain, and Spain.

There is no cost for the event, but interested students should sign up by October 5.

The participating law schools are listed below.  For more information, please visit the event website.

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