Reps from 18 law schools expected to attend this year's event

Representatives from 18 law schools (listed below) from the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia are expected to attend the annual LL.M. Day hosted by e-fellows.net on October 20 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

The four-hour event is for lawyers who have finished their law degree (or candidates who soon will), and are interested in applying for LL.M. programs. It will feature info panels, as well as opportunities for prospective students to meet law school representatives.

Application for the event is required.

For more information and application instructions, please visit the e-fellows.net LLM Day website.

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