LLM GUIDE Launches New "Top 10 Lists" Feature

Site users can now find the top LL.M. programs for specific specialities

LLM GUIDE—the top web destination for LL.M. applicants—has today launched a series of new Top 10 Lists that allow prospective LL.M. applicants to more quickly browse programs by the concentration and career path they are interested in.

These pages include editorial shortlists of the "top" law schools in specific areas. These editorial lists consider concentrations, existing rankings, and other factors to help future LL.M. students find some of the best law schools for careers in various areas of law.

Please visit the LLM GUIDE Top 10 Lists page (https://llm-guide.com/lists) to see the first 11 Top 10 Lists, including top LL.M. programs for International Tax Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Banking/Finance Law, among others (see the full list below).

Started in 2001, LLM GUIDE is the premier online source for LL.M. applicants, and lists over 2,500 LL.M.s and other programs offered by law schools all over the world. The site also hosts an active discussion forum, and regularly publishes news and articles for people interested in or applying to LL.M. programs.

LLM GUIDE's 2017 Top 10 LL.M. Lists:

Comments

MVultra    |    Mar 15, 2017 19:18
I missed a Corporate Law ranking and I don't even practice in that area.
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