Do you want to apply to Master of Laws (LL.M.) programmes at top law schools in the world, but do not know where to begin? This book is a guide for students to effectively plan, prepare, apply, and secure Master of Laws (LL.M.) admissions, scholarships, fellowships, and financial aid at the most prestigious law schools in the world. It discusses every component of the admissions and scholarships application process in a detailed manner and offers practical advice to prospective Master of Laws programme students for the preparation of excellent applications for admissions, which will help them stand-out amongst thousands of other qualified applicants. It includes chapters on law school rankings, statement of purpose, curriculum vitae, letters of recommendation, law school admission council services, fundamental information of twenty selected laws schools in the United States of America, key information of ten selected law schools in the United Kingdom, external scholarships or fellowships, scholarship essays, research papers, and English language test examinations.
Shireen Moti is a 2014 law graduate of the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), 0.P Jindal Global University (OPJGU). In 2016, she became one of the youngest awardees of the British Chevening Scholarships to pursue her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree at the Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), London. In the same year, she was awarded with the distinction of the Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society for a period of five years. Her areas of interest include, International Law and Human Rights Law. She received admissions at top Master of Laws programmes in the world. This includes Master of Laws programme admission offersfrom Columbia University, New York University, Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, University of California, University College London, and School of Oriental Studies. In 2016, in addition to securing admission in the Master of Laws programme at the Columbia Law School she was offered the Human Rights Fellowship by the department of graduate legal studies and the human rights centre at the law school. The author can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.