Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, NYU, Northwestern, and Penn to visit 4 cities

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Admissions officers from the University of Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, NYU, Northwestern and Penn will be hosting four LL.M. information events in Europe this month. The representatives will discuss the career advantages of pursuing an LL.M. in the United States, as well as the approaches each school brings to graduate legal education. The law schools will also provide application advice and information about financing an LL.M. degree.
 
The dates and venues are as follows: 
 
October 20  – Paris 
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
(registration is closed)
 
October 21 – Brussels
Jones Day
7-9 pm
https://apply.law.northwestern.edu/register/llmeuropebrussels
 
October 23 – Zurich
Bär & Karrer
6:30 - 8:30pm 
https://apply.law.northwestern.edu/register/llmeuropezurich
 
October 25 – Frankfurt
Cleary Gottlieb
2-4:30pm
https://apply.law.northwestern.edu/register/llmeuropefrankfurt
 
For more information, please visit the 2014 U.S. LL.M. Admissions Series website.
 
 

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