LL.M. Day to connect selected participants with international programs

e-fellows.net is holding an LL.M. Day in Munich, Germany on March 15, where 12 law schools (listed below) from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and continental Europe will be presenting their LL.M. programs. 
 
The event is designed for lawyers, trainee lawyers, or doctoral candidates contemplating doing an LL.M. program, or law students who already have completed an undergraduate degree (or will by next year) at the top 10 or 20 percent of their class.
 
It includes a panel discussion and "LL.M. Forum" where participants can chat and ask questions with school representatives. 
 
Applications to participate in the event - which includes submitting a CV - are due on February 23.
 
For more information, please visit the event website.
 
 

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