LL.M. Admissions

2016 Viewbook

Experience Moritz
From the Briefing Room

Brown Bag Series

Developing a high-quality LL.M. program entails looking  beyond the classroom. We offer bi-weekly “brown bag” (bring your own lunch) meetings with our students, featuring faculty and staff with specialties of particular interest to our students. These sessions cover a variety of topics, including job search preparation, optional practical training, exam preparation, and U.S. culture and traditions, to name a few. To make sure that they can hear from as many professors about as many topics as possible, we invite our faculty to give talks as a part of this series.

FALL 2016

All sessions start at 12:10 pm. 

Food is not provided unless noted otherwise. Feel free to bring your lunch/snack and eat during the session.

Schedule may change, and additional programs may be added at a later date.


Date Topic Presenter
Friday, August 26th, Room 245 New York Bar Exam Preparation Laura Fernandez, Assistant Dean
Friday, September 2nd, Room 245 Online Legal Research 101: The Basics of Navigating Westlaw, Lexis & Bloomberg Susan Azyndar, Reference Librarian
Friday, September 9th, Room 245 Resume and Cover Letter Coaching Jennifer Magro Algarotti, Program Fellow
Friday, September 16th, Room 245 The Dos and Don’ts of Networking LL.M. Alumnae
Friday, September 23rd, Room 245 What is an “Outline” & How do I Create One? JD Legal Writing Fellows
Friday, October 7th, Room 245 Maximizing the Value of LinkedIn Jennifer Magro Algarotti, Program Fellow
Friday, October 21st, Room 245 Guidance from a Professor: Final Exams Prof. Arthur Greenbaum
Friday, November 4th, Room 245 Optional Practical Training (OPT): What It is & the Application Process Amanda Yusko, Office of International Affairs
Friday, November 18th, Room 245 Final Exam Logistics: Technology, the Honor Code, and Administrative Details Laura Dean, Registrar