Annual event also includes representatives from the Fulbright Commission and ELSA

The University of Vienna – Faculty of Law will host its fourth annual LL.M Night event on the evening of March 19.

Representatives from several US and European law schools (listed below) will attend the event, along with representatives from the Austrian Fulbright Commission - who will discuss funding options for studying in the United States - and the European Law Student Association (ELSA).

The event will provide prospective LL.M. students with an opportunity to discuss possible career perspectives, get to know a variety of LL.M. programs, and get additional information.

The event will also include a panel discussion entitled, "The value of an LL.M. in a globalized world – career prospects?" Representatives from the law schools and local law firms will participate.

For more information about the event, please visit the University of Vienna LL.M. Night website (in German).

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