In collaboration with EducationUSA, the Fulbright Centre is organizing its fourth annual LLM Fair in Amsterdam. If you are anywhere near the end of your undergraduate studies and if you are interested in taking your law career abroad to New York, Boston, Miami, or Los Angeles, be at the NautaDutilh’s office on the Zuidas (via Amsterdam-Zuid station) on Wednesday evening, which is November the 7th.
The LLM Fair in Amsterdam is a great opportunity to get some answers about how to enroll in American law schools for your postgraduate program, whether or not you are qualified for top universities like Cornell or Duke, and how to finance an entire academic year as a foreign student. Representatives of twenty-five leading law schools from across the United States will be there to answer your questions.
Taking an LLM course in the US can advance both your personal and professional development. Over the course of one short year, this student program provides a unique opportunity for international networking by connecting fellow LLM students from all over the world and helping them develop collaborative ties. It’s an educational experience with long-term benefits on your life and career alike.
Pursuing a master’s degree in an American law school is also a huge intellectual challenge. Foreign students can acquire first-hand knowledge of the US law system and develop legal research, advocacy, and negotiation skills. The LLM Fair in Amsterdam is free of charge for all interested undergraduates and graduates, but you do need to register on this link before you can attend this informational event.