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Int'l Arbitration
« on: July 29, 2003, 06:41:52 PM »
I'm interested in international work, either cross-border arbitration stuff or working for NGOs. I'm looking for programs with a distinct international flavor, but much of what I find when I do searches on int'l law programs is LL.M. programs in US law schools. I'm in the States, and am looking for programs more like that of UWashington's, where they have an explicit focus on Pacific Rim international law. Others would be Georgetown (of course) and others in the DC area. What I'd like to hear about are the ones I don't know about already. Thanks in advance.


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Re: Int'l Arbitration
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2003, 11:08:13 AM »
A few more prestigious schools "around" that area (using those terms loosely) that fit the profile of int'l law that you crave include but are not limited to: Columbia, NYU, U Penn, and ofcourse Harvard (which is just added for its rep). Hope this helps, otherwise check out some specific rankings like Litier (sp?) Ranks etc.. and look into who ranks where more qualitatively. I believ in this type of rating system over US news systems.
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