Two-hour information sessions for prospective LL.M. students

Representatives from the law schools of Northwestern University, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California (USC), and Vanderbilt University will be hosting four information events in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico next week for prospective LL.M. students. 
 
The two-hour information sessions will cover topics such as the reasons for pursuing an LL.M., what to look for in a program, how to apply, and specific details about the LL.M. programs at each of the law schools. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with admissions representatives to learn more about their respective programs.
 
The dates and venues are listed below.
 
September 22 - Rio de Janiero
6-8 pm
Barbosa, Mussnich & Aragao (BM&A)
 
September 23 - São Paulo
6-8 pm
Tozzini Freire Law Firm
 
September 24 - Bogota
6-8 pm
Cosmos Insignia Hotel
 
September 26 - Mexico
4-6 pm
JW Marriott Hotel
 
For more information, please visit the LL.M. law school tour website
 
 

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