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Ready Set Motivations
The LL M as an Agent of Globalization
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11 schools 39 Int'l Migration alumni American area of law Asia-Pacific countries birth country Bryant G career mobility client group common law current employer Dinovitzer domestic firms Education and Admission employer organization English language ability external scholarship family savings firm group foreign law graduates Foreign Lawyer fund the LL.M Global Law group of respondents High-Income Individuals important included individual clients international connectedness international firms international law firms international students Internationalizing U.S. Legal interviews John Sexton judiciary legal profession legal studies Magic Circle Non-law professional service offered ofRs Representing post-LL.M practice law pre-LL.M Private law firm professional service firms programs Public Companies pursuing the LL.M represent foreign clients respondent explained respondents reported Section of Legal Silver Socratic method Sources of funding Stanford Law School status supra symbolic capital Table TOEFL transnational types of clients U.S. JD U.S. law schools U.S. Legal Education United