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Munich and Berlin LLM Events to Be Held in March by e-fellows.net

Aspiring law students who intend to pursue an LLM degree the following academic year will have an opportunity to meet with the representatives of leading law schools from the UK, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia on two special LLM events in Munich and Berlin, organized by e-fellows. net.

A career networking site will welcome interested students to law fairs, followed by group discussions and a presentation about the British Solicitors Qualifying Exam and the American Bar Exam. The events will also host panel discussions where lawyers will share their experiences with LLM courses.

The current list of law schools that will be participating in both LLM events includes universities from the Netherlands, Turkey, Spain, and the UK, as well as from New Zealand, Australia, and the USA. More participants will be added before March, although the current offer is already exciting enough:

  • Columbia University (USA)
  • Cornell University (USA)
  • Emory University (USA)
  • George Mason University (USA)
  • George Washington University (USA)
  • Golden Gate University (USA)
  • Northumbria University (USA)
  • St. John’s University (USA)
  • Hastings College of the Law, University of California (USA)
  • UCLA, University of California (USA)
  • The University of Miami (USA)
  • The University of San Diego (USA)
  • The University of Southern California (USA)
  • The University of Virginia (USA)
  • Vanderbilt University  (USA)
  • The University of Notre Dame  (USA, UK)
  • Northumbria University (UK)
  • The University of Law (UK)
  • The University of East Anglia (UK)
  • The University of Groningen (Netherlands)
  • IE Law School (Spain)
  • Koç University (Turkey)
  • The University of Auckland (New Zealand)
  • The University of Sydney (Australia)

In Berlin, the event will take place on March 2, while students from Munich will get to take a sneak peek into their future academic responsibilities on March 23. Everyone interested in applying can do so on e-fellows.net – the deadlines are February 10 for the Berline event and March 3 for Munich.

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