Representatives from US law schools and local law firms to attend
The three-day event begins on May 20 with an afternoon of information sessions and panel discussions about LL.M. programs in the United States.
Information sessions continue the following day, with discussions about organizational preparation an LL.M. and the application process. The day concludes with a dinner meeting for seminar participants, with representatives from six law firms attending.
The "Meet the Law Schools" fair will take place on Sunday (May 22), with representatives from ten US law schools (listed below) making short presentations, followed by the opportunity for prospective students to meet with these representatives. Those who have made previous arrangements will have the chance to speak one-on-one with law school reps.
The entire event costs 100 Euros for DAJV members if they register by February 28 (afterwards, 130 Euros). For non-members, the costs is 160 Euros (by February 28) and 180 Euros (afterward). Interested candidates can also choose to attend only the Sunday LL.M. fair for 30 Euros (DAJV members) or 45 Euros (non-members).
For more information, please visit the event website (in German).
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