The career networking site e-fellows.net has announced that it will hold LL.M. application events in Berlin and Munich this March.
At these events, prospective LL.M. applicants will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from law schools all over the world, including the USA, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Turkey, and the Netherlands.
The events will include group discussion sessions and a law fair, where attendees will be able to ask questions about pursuing an LL.M. program. Additionally, a panel discussion will also be held, where lawyers will discuss their experiences with LL.M. programs. A presentation about the American bar exam and the British Solicitors Qualifying Exam will also be included.
The Berlin LL.M. event will be held on March 2nd, while the Munich fair will take place on March 23. Those who are interested in participating in one of the events will need to apply on e-fellows.net. The deadline to apply is February 10th for the Berlin event, and March 3rd for Munich.
These law schools will be participating—with more to come:
- Columbia University (New York City, USA)
- Cornell University (Ithaca, USA)
- Emory University (Atlanta, USA)
- George Mason University (Fairfax, USA)
- George Washington University (Washington D.C., USA)
- Golden Gate University (San Francisco, USA)
- IE Law School (Madrid, Spain)
- Koç University (Istanbul, Turkey) – Munich only
- Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK)
- St. John's University (New York City, USA)
- The University of Law (London, UK)
- University of Auckland (Auckland, New Zealand) – Berlin only
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law (San Francisco, USA)
- University of California, Los Angeles - UCLA (Los Angeles, USA)
- University of East Anglia - UEA (Norwich, UK)
- University of Groningen (Groningen, Netherlands)
- University of Miami (Miami, USA)
- University of Notre Dame (London, UK; Notre Dame, USA) – Berlin only
- University of San Diego (San Diego, USA) – Munich only
- University of Southern California - USC (Los Angeles, USA)
- University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia) – Berlin only at the moment, potentially Munich, too
- University of Virginia (Charlottesville, USA)
- Vanderbilt University (Nashville, USA)