June 29, 2011
Exciting new book to guide you through choosing and applying for an LLM in the USA is being published
This July a great new book is being published which is aimed at guiding prospective LLM students through the process of choosing and applying for an LLM in the United States.
LLM Roadmap: An International Student’s Guide to US Law School Programs by Professor George E Edwards provides its readers with a series of 'roadmaps' to guide them though the LLM process, from considering why to do an LLM, to what US law school to choose, right up to discussing various careers in law.
This book features information and analysis on FAQs from international LLM students, such as the importance of an LLM program's ranking and reputation. It also has practical guidance designed to navigate an international LLM student through the whole US LLM experience.
LLM Roadmap comes highly recommended by a number of admissions personnel from US law schools as being an extremely useful tool for international LLM students wishing to study at a US law school, providing them with plenty of checklists and reference sources.
Professor Athena Mutua, Professor of Law at the University of Buffalo Law says, "I regret that LLM Roadmap was not available when I was Director of Admissions of Harvard's LLM Program. I would have recommended it to every recruit and admitted student who passed through Harvard's doors."
The author of LLM Roadmap, Professor George E Edwards, is the Carl M Gray Professor of Law and Director of the Program in International Human Rights Law at Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Professor Edwards is also the Founding Faculty Director of the LLM in International Human Rights Law and the Executive Chair of the Graduate Law Programs.
Find out more about LLM Roadmap.
Click here to pre-order your copy of LLM Roadmap: An International Student’s Guide to U.S. Law School Programs.
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Content added on 29th June 2011.