Four informational events for prospective students next week

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Next week, representatives from the law schools of Cardozo, American WCL, Emory, Hofstra, UCLA, Maryland, Syracuse, Virginia, and Wake Forest will be presenting their LL.M. programs at "LL.M. Expos" in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico. The times and venues are listed below. 
 
These information events will cover topics, such as selecting and applying to LL.M. programs, US bar exams, funding, and the characteristics of the LL.M. programs at each of the host law schools. 
 
October 6 - Rio de Janiero
7-9pm
Instituto Brasil - Estados Unidos (IBEU)
 
October 7 - São Paulo
7-9pm
InterContinental São Paulo
 
October 8 - Bogotá
6-8pm
JW Marriott Hotel
 
October 10 - Mexico City
5-7pm
Marquis Reforma
 
For more information (also in Spanish and Portuguese) or to register, please visit the LL.M. Expo website.
 
 

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