Top U.S. Laws Schools Are Coming to Prague to Offer Graduate Legal Programs

EducationUSA LLM

Czech law students and legal professionals will have an outstanding opportunity to learn how to enhance their careers with a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from the United States at the first ever EducationUSA LLM Fair featuring representatives of 19 top U.S. law schools. This event., organized by the EducationUSA network in cooperation with the Czech Fulbright Commission and the Anglo-American University (AAU), will také place on November 11 from 3 to 5 pm at AAU‘s campus in Prague.

Prospective LLM students can meet representatives of many prestigious and elite U.S. law schools at universities such as Cornell, University of Michigan, Berkeley, University of Virginia, Duke, UCLA, Vanderbilt, University of Southern California, Indiana University and more.

„A one-year LLM program is the best and the most cost-effective way for alumni of Czech law schools to get acquainted with the U.S. legal system and practice or deepen their knowledge of specific legal fields like commercial law, intelectual property law, or international law at a world-renowned U.S. law school,“ explaines Jakub Tesař, EducationUSA Adviser with the Czech Fulbright Commission. Mr. Tesař adds: „I really encourage visitors to explore options presented by all participating U.S. law schools as they may come with very unique and special offers, including potential scholarships.“

Prospective students will also have an opportunity to talk to several Czech alumni of U.S. LLM programs. This provides them with a chance to obtain a personal perspective of the advantages of earning an LLM degree in the United States.

The Prague fair is part of the European EducationUSA LLM tour, which visits cities like Paris, Brusseles, Oslo, or Vienna. Prague has been selected to host this prestigious fair for the first time.

More information about the EducationUSA LLM Fair is available at the Fulbright Commission’s website

EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State network of over 400 international student advising centers in more than 170 countries. The network promotes U.S. higher education to students around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about opportunities to study at accredited post-secondary institutions in the United States.