Nine law schools and five law firms will take part; register by October 24

e-fellows.net will be hosting another LL.M. Day in Frankfurt this year. This year's info event will take place on November 7th. The event will include panel discussions and an opportunity to meet representatives from law firms and law schools offering LL.M. programs.

The event is free, but participants must register by October 24.

Representatives from Clifford Chance, Freshfields, Gleiss Lutz, Hengeller Mueller, and Linklaters will attend. The law schools that will attend are listed below.

For more information, please visit the event website (in German).

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