17 US law schools will present their LL.M. programs to prospective students

 

Around 17 US law schools will present their LL.M. programs to prospective students at the annual "Meet the Law Schools" event hosted by the Deutsch-Amerikanische Juristen-Vereinigung (DAJV, German-American Lawyers Association) on May 4 in Cologne, Germany. 
 
The event is part of the DAJV's annual "USA-Masterstudium für Juristen" information seminar, which begins a day earlier, on May 3. 
 
The participating law schools for 2013 are listed below.
 
For more information, please visit the DAJV "Meet the Law Schools" event website.
 
 
 

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