Tuesday, March 27, 2018

How to get LL.M information

Fierce competition in the market for jobs  has lawyers scrambling for ways to stand out to recruiters and employers.
Experts say that some lawyers try to distinguish themselves from others with a J.D. by attending a master of law program and earning an LL.M. degree. A full-time LL.M. program typically lasts a year and allows people already licensed to practice law to develop expertise in a particular type, such as intellectual property law, securities law, tax law or entertainment law. But experts urge prospective LL.M. students to figure out whether an LL.M. program will advance their career before investing in it.
Key factors to consider, experts say, are an LL.M. program's job placement rates and whether its recent graduates advanced in their careers after receiving their LL.M. degree.

For more information on LL.M programs visit http://www.legalenglish.com/llm/

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