Part I - International Students Earning U.S. Law Degrees: What's so Special bout U.S. Legal Education?
Chapter 1: Globalization and the Need for Transnational Lawyers
Chapter 2: Seventeen reasons for international students to earn a U.S. LL.M.
Chapter 3: "Types" or "Categories" of LL.M. Degree Programs
Chapter 4: General and Specialized LL.M. Degrees
Chapter 5: U.S. & Foreign Legal Systems; U.S. & Foreign Legal Education
Part II - Ranking, Reputation & Reality: 218 Criteria for Choosing the "Best" U.S. LL.M. Program for You
Chapter 6: Law school ranking, reputation & reality: Choosing the "Best" U.S. law school for you (And avoiding "cash cows" & "diploma mills")
Chapter 7: 218 criteria for choosing the "Best" U.S. LL.M. program for you (LL.M. Programs from A-Z)
Part III - How To Get Admitted to the U.S. Law School I Choose
Chapter 8: Getting Admitted - U.S. Law School Admission Policies & Practices; Law School Mission Statements; Educational Agents & Admission Consultants
Chapter 9: Your LL.M. Program Application: How do you convince a U.S. law school to admit you?
Chapter 10: Personal Statements & Application Essays, Writing Samples, CVs and Resumes, and Personal Interviews
Chapter 11: Recommendation and Referral Letters
Chapter 12: Parlez-Vous English? English Language Proficiency Requirements
Chapter 13: Document Authentication & Verification; Scholarship Request; Financial Resources Proof
Part IV - Receiving the Law School's E-mail or Letter: You Are Admitted, Not Admitted, Put on Hold, ow Waitlisted
Chapter 14: Receiving the Law School's Letter or E-mail: You Are Admitted (Firm); Admitted (Conditional); Not Admitted; Put on Hold, or Waitlisted
Chapter 15: Degree Requirements for LL.M. Programs (Tips on how do do your best and to succeed in your LL.M. program)
Chapter 16: How do they teach at U.S. law schools?
Chapter 17: Legal Communication: Legal Analysis, Research and Writing.
Chapter 18: Writing an LL.M. Thesis
Chapter 19: Student Organizations & Extra-Curricular Activities
Part V - Student Visas & Other Immigration Documents
Chapter 20: U.S. Student Visa - High Hurdles?
Chapter 21: Visa & Immigration Issues After You Arrive in the U.S.
Chapter 22: Working with Your Student Visa - On Campus & Off-Campus
Part VI - How To Pay For My U.S. Law Degree?
Chapter 23: LL.M. Degree Costs: Hidden Expenses, Cutting Costs & Saving Money
Chapter 24: Scholarships, Tuition Discounts, and Other LL.M. Funding for International Students
Chapter 25: Student Loans: Avoiding U.S.-Based Student Loans
Part VII - Getting a Job; Achieving Other Post-LL.M. Goals
Chapter 26: Achieving Your Career Goals: Strategies for LL.M. Students & Graduates
Chapter 27: Optional Practical Training (OPT) for F-1; Curricular Practical Training (CPT) for F-1; Academic Training (AT) for J-1; & Other Work in the U.S. During & After Your LL.M.
Chapter 28: Bar exams and practicing law in the U.S. after your LL.M.
Part VIII - What Other Law Degrees, Besides LL.M. Can I Receive in the U.S.?
Chapter 29: S.J.D. or J.S.D. Degree (Doctor of Juridicial Science Degree)
Chapter 30: J.D. (Juris Doctor) Degree
Chapter 31: Non-Degree opportunities for Foreign Lawyers; U.S. Law-Related Degrees for Non-Lawyers
Part IX - Legalities, Lifestyles, & Leisure (What Students Need To Know When They Arrive In The U.S.)
Chapter 32: International Students Obeying U.S. Law; Safety, Security & Health in the U.S.
Part X - Conclusion
Chapter 33: Conclusion
Part XI - End Material
Appendix I: Specializations Offered at One or More U.S. Law School LL.M. Programs
Appendix II: Scholarship Sources for International LL.M. Students to Study in the U.S.
Appendix III: Endorsements for LL.M. Roadmap
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