Representatives from 15 US, UK, and European law schools to attend

The University of Vienna Faculty of Law will host its third annual LL.M. Night on March 21. Representatives from 15 law schools (listed below) will attend the event, along with the Austrian Fulbright Commission, which will discuss funding options for studying in the United States.

Reps from the law schools and local law firms will also participate in a panel discussion on the topic of "International Career Prospects with an LL.M. Degree."

A number of scholarships will be available to attendees who end up enrolling in the LL.M. programs of some of the law schools participating in the event.

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

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