LLM Discussion Board
Is an online LL.M degree a good investment in terms of money, hard work and time
Joined: 01 Feb 2009
Is an online LL.M degree a good investment in terms of money, hard work and timeI am a lawyer, having graduated from India, with three years of work experience . I have recently moved base to Dubai and am keen to do a LL.M from a UK based university. However the current economic scenerio together with familly commitments doesnot allow me to persue a masters degree full time from UK.
Mon Feb 02, 2009 06:48 AM
I would like to know if an online LL.M degree from UK either in environmental law or intellectual property rights holds the same value as a full time LL.M degree and what are the chances of making a breakthrough in the job market in UK or Dubai after the online LL.M qualification?
Joined: 15 May 2009
Is an online LL.M degree a good investment in terms of money, hard work and timeHiee, I am a lawyer from India. I have recently shifted to dubai and due to family constraints I am unable to pursue a full time LLM degree abroad..im looking at doing an LLM degree from UOL (distance learning) do share any information about the course with me.
Sat May 16, 2009 11:33 AM
Joined: 18 Mar 2007
Is an online LL.M degree a good investment in terms of money, hard work and timeAs an Associate Director of a big 6 international tax department, my time was overwhelmed due to hectic schedule, work load and personal responsibilities. Looking to impact my career and practice, I uncovered the solution and escape of online executive training with its international client development opportunities.
Tue May 19, 2009 11:22 PM
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Joined: 31 Mar 2008
Is an online LL.M degree a good investment in terms of money, hard work and timeIf you are interested in an LLM by distance in IP, you want to ensure that you choose a school that has a great reputation in the area as well. If looking in the UK, you should check out Edinburgh University. The IP Distance programme tracks closely with the taught programme and in the end your degree will be from a top UK university. It will be hard work but by distance you will be able to space out the time commitments. You can follow this link for more information.
Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:01 PM
Best of luck!
Joined: 13 Mar 2010
Is online LLM coursese in USA a good investment for career??I am a Law gradute (5yr.course) from India. I graduated in 2008 and was the University Gold Medalist recipient of our batch. I am now staying in Los Angeles,USA and due to family commitments unable to persue full time LLM programmes. I want to do online LLM course specialising in Intellectual Property Law or Corporate Law. Can you please guide me through it like
Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:53 PM
- Where and how to apply ?
- Which will be the good choice of institution ?
- Will it be a good investment or not ?
- How much approximately will be the course cost, what are the criterias required to get admission and how long are the courses?
- What is the value of such online LLM degrees in the International job market??
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