Univ. of California, Berkeley: LL.M. Traditional Trackの出願締め切り日が発表されました。
January 10, 2016：
Deadline to apply online and postmark application materials for 2016-2017 LL.M. traditional track
以下、PERSONAL STATEMENT内容も発表されました。Personal Statementを作成の際には枚数制限に注意し、「課題」を以下のように分類して考えてみましょう。
1) Your legal interest
2) Your professional plans or goals (短期と長期目標）
3) the reasons you with to study at Berkeley
One written essay is required of all applicants. The Personal Statement should describe your legal interests, the reasons you wish to study at Berkeley Law, and your professional plans or goals following completion of your degree. Since the Advanced Degree Programs Committee does not grant interviews, you may also use the statement to describe aspects of yourself that are not apparent from your application. The Personal Statement should be written without assistance from others, and should be limited to three pages of double-spaced text.
そしてCV (Resume)に含むコンテンツ、さらには推薦状の取り扱いプロセスについても記されています。これらはBerkeley Boalt Hall SchoolのHPより確認いただけますが、他校への出願情報としても応用することが可能です。
C.V. (Curriculum Vitae)
The Curriculum Vitae should provide a synopsis of your educational and academic background and skills. This summary should include professional experience, research experience, publications, presentations, awards, honors, affiliations, and other relevant details.
The Personal Statement and Curriculum Vitae must be uploaded to the attachments section of the online application. Please DO NOT also send a paper copy of these documents.
Letters of Recommendation
Berkeley Law requires two letters of recommendation. At least one letter must come from your law professor. If you have been out of school for five or more years, one professional reference from a current or former employer is appropriate. Applicants may submit one additional academic or professional letter if they wish to do so.
To send Letters of Recommendation to LSAC – 1) Log in to your LLM CAS account and click on Letters of Recommendation. 2) Add your recommenders’ names and contact information. 3) Assign the appropriate letters to each school using the letter ID number. 4) An email will be sent to each or your recommenders requesting them to complete and upload a letter for you, or you may print the required recommender forms to provide to your recommenders if they prefer to submit a letter by paper.
The recommender should send the recommender form and letter to LSAC. Letters without a form will be returned to the sender. Letters processed by LSAC become their property and cannot be returned or copied.
For more information on submitting letters of recommendation to LSAC’s LLM CAS, go to www.LSAC.org/LLM/Applying/LLM-letters-of-recommendation.asp.