Upcoming events in Frankfurt, London, Brussels, and Tokyo

Representatives from Vanderbilt University Law will be attending and hosting information events for prospective LL.M. students in Europe and Japan this fall and early next year.

A list of dates and venues is below.

The London event will feature Vanderbilt Law Dean Chris Guthrie, LL.M. Program Director Cynthia Coleman, and two recent Vanderbilt LL.M. alumni.

October 22 - Frankfurt, Germany
e-fellows LL.M. Fair
For more information, please visit the event website.

November 17 - London, UK
Vanderbilt Information Session and Reception
The Law Society
5:30-7:30pm

November 18 - Brussels, Belgium
Vanderbilt Information Session and Reception
Le Méridien Hotel
5:30-7:30pm

February 13 (2012) - Tokyo, Japan
Vanderbilt Information Session and Reception
Shangri-la Hotel
6-9pm

For more information about and/or to register for the Vanderbilt events in London, Brussels, and Tokyo, please visit the Vanderbilt Law School website about upcoming LL.M. information sessions.

For more information about Vanderbilt's LL.M. program, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory listing.

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