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Rijkuniversiteit Groningen
Faculty of Law
Groningen, Netherlands

What will probably strike you most when entering Groningen is its youthful population. About a quarter of the city's entire population consists of students. You will find them everywhere, studying in the park, riding a bike, or having a drink with fellow students in one of the many pubs. With the city's many bars, restaurants, theatres, museums and sports facilities, you will never be bored. But if you do feel like leaving the vibrant city life, the countryside is never far away; many students take day- and weekend-trips to the islands in the 'Wadden Sea'.
Studying at the University of Groningen is more than just attending lectures and passing exams. Groningen has a rich...

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University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
School of Law
Los Angeles, California, USA

UCLA School of Law affords its students many opportunities to get more involved with the law school community. The school provides services, sponsors activities, and coordinates organizations and volunteer opportunities. Students can participate in the law school's over 30 different organizations and programs or contribute to the student run journals and law reviews, covering a wide scope of topics ranging from Asian Pacific American law and entertainment law to law & technology and women's law.

LL.M. students may even supplement their academic experience with hands-on, practical work experience through academic-year externships held outside of the classroom. Law students are...

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Institute for Law and Finance
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Due to the limit on class size of about 60 students in the LL.M. Finance program, making friends is easy. Community life is facilitated by the House of Finance, which is open around the clock for study, research, meeting friends, or just reading the newspapers in the lounge.

Being part of a stimulating and friendly international community, ILF students take advantage of this unique combination of students by coming together and organizing numerous social and cultural activities amongst themselves. In addition, the ILF organizes extra-curricular events such as excursions, receptions with sponsors and lecturers and the traditional End-of-Year Dinner Celebration.

Boston College
Law School
Newton, Massachusetts, USA

LLM student life starts with the LLM student community. That community is small, but vibrant. In 2012-13, for example, we are hosting 19 students from 16 countries: business lawyers from Argentina, Colombia, France, Ghana, India, Japan and Korea, an environmental lawyer from Puerto Rico, human rights lawyers from Mexico and Nigeria, and recent law school graduates from Belgium, Brazil, China, Germany, Spain, and Taiwan. We work hard to help our LLM students engage each other, organizing social events, symposia, court visits, and so on.

LLMs' lives are not limited to each other, though. Indeed, we put a premium on integrating LLMs into the Law School community in general, including...

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Heidelberg University - Heidelberg Center for Latin AmericaSantiago de Chile, Chile

Santiago de Chile offers a wide range of interesting activities. Students might decide to attend an opera, a rock concert, shop in one of the city's malls or enjoy the city's ambiance from a sidewalk cafe (Bellavista district) or by strolling through one of the local marketplaces. Located in the central valley between the Andes and the coastal mountains, Santiago offers opportunities to explore the Pacific beaches (Viña del Mar) and the mountains outside the city.

University of Auckland
The Faculty of Law
Auckland, New Zealand

Our campuses and accommodation are well equipped and we offer a wide range of support services. There’s a great social life with clubs and associations for most interests, sport, music, cafés - and a vibrant city at your doorstep. If your hobbies are outdoor-based, you have access to some of New Zealand’s most stunning beaches, bush walks, mountain bike tracks and subtropical islands.

To create and foster a sense of identity and community for all postgraduate students at The University of Auckland and provide an effective voice promoting the distinct and unique academic, professional and social interest of postgraduate students within the University and the wider community.

University of Queensland
TC Beirne School of Law
Brisbane, Australia

There is much on offer around The University of Queensland and much to do. On campus you will find places to eat, places to shop, clubs & societies to join and sports to get involved in.

University of Waikato
Law School
Hamilton, New Zealand

Waikato has the most beautiful campus in the country. All our first-class facilities are in one location, building a strong sense of community. You'll find Waikato has a laid-back and easy atmosphere. Students meet for coffee by the lakes, chill out on the lawns or play touch rugby on the fields. Our new environmentally friendly Student Centre is due to open in 2011. It will provide a social heart to the campus, with learning and social spaces, and a range of student services conveniently located in one spot.

Hamilton is a student city. With more than 46,000 people in tertiary study, there is a huge range of things for students to do and see. Great shopping, cafés, restaurants and bars...

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