Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Joe Schneider, and I run the LL.M. programs at SUNY Buffalo Law School. I will be hosting an info session tomorrow in Monterrey, and if you are considering studying law in the United States, this may be of interest to you. I have spoken about the U.S. legal system, comparative legal education, becoming licensed to practice in the U.S., and U.S. law school admissions and administration at law firms and law faculties in Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, and Turkey.
Here are the details:
Legal Education and Licensing in the United States, and the Programs at SUNY Buffalo Law School
Thursday February 5, 2015, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
InterContinental Presidente Monterrey
Av. José Vasconcelos #300
Lomas del Valle
66260 Monterrey, N.L., Mexico
This year, SUNY Buffalo Law School is offering admitted international students $18,000 in scholarships, effectively allowing them to pay very close to the resident tuition rate. Those scholarships, combined with the low cost of living in Buffalo and our strong curriculum in areas like cross-border legal studies and international law, make us an attractive option for students in Mexico. We are also one of the few U.S. law schools offering a Two-Year JD degree for foreign-trained lawyers. If you'd like to learn more, stop by tomorrow. Space is limited, so please let me know if you plan on attending.
Joseph E. Schneider
Director of Post-Professional and International Education
SUNY Buffalo Law School
704 O'Brian Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
(716) 645-2527 (voice); 6676 (fax)
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