Pandemic has disrupted professional lives across the world, affecting people’s jobs, planned career moves and else. Still, we are on our way to somewhere new, but we don’t know what it looks like, writes The New York Times.
Use your time wisely – prepare for the next big thing which will emerge. Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) interdisciplinary Masters programmes will help.
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Founded in 1998, RGSL has become a springboard for many successful careers in law, diplomacy and business.
“Based on my experience in universities in many countries - the Netherlands, UK, Sweden, Germany, France, I can say that the advantage of RGSL is student-centered approach at all levels, starting from the programme structure, enabling those who really want to pass on to the next level,” says Ineta Ziemele, PhD, RGSL Professor and President of the Constitutional Court of Latvia.
“I graduated from RGSL in 2011 with Masters degree with merit, majoring in strong interdisciplinary programme of Law and Finance. Looking back at my studies, the most important was the high professional quality of the teaching staff, professors from Latvia and abroad. I would highly recommend Riga Graduate School of Law to anyone looking for education that surpasses the average level in Latvia,” says Reinis Bērziņš, Chairman of the Board of Development Finance Institution Altum.
This year, RGSL offers LL.M degrees in International and European Law, EU Law and Policy, Law and Finance, Public International Law and Human Rights and novelty in the region - LL.M in Technology Law.
“I really appreciate the programme, as it gave me the knowledge I’m applying every day at my job. In fact, it helped me to get my new job,” says Ellina Logacheva, current Technology Law programme student. “Employment in the field of technology law is almost guaranteed because of how fast the field is growing,” says Mark Leiser, PhD, RGSL Visiting Professor from Leiden Law School.
More about our programmes you can find here: https://www.rgsl.edu.lv/programmes
“Mix of different professors enables students to be at touch base with European academic and professional discourse. RGSL has so much to offer that you can take everything you need to get an excellent master level education. Other advantage is the holistic approach to studying law. “In all courses there will be an interdisciplinary element because no human being or case can be isolated in a specific box of law,” says Prof. Ziemele.
In order to be a good professional in the 21st century labor market and have a really successful career you have to be able to appraise the independent research and RGSL gives you the tools to do that. Recently RGS has raised its research profile – the Baltic Yearbook of International Law is now published by RGSL, and this is a good chance for those of you who want to share your thoughts to the world. RGSL is a part of European networks, professors bring their colleagues from other universities to Riga, to the courses or to public lectures.
Studies in English, students and faculty from more than 30 countries, convenient module study system and competitive, internationally recognized LL.M degree – if this looks attractive to you, find out more at www.rgsl.lv or apply here: https://apply.rgsl.edu.lv/
Don’t be late to join us, studies start on 31 August!