Branding for your LL.M. program: Der LL.M. - The German Publication on the Master of Laws
Your key benefits
- Add an elaborate and professional profile of your law school to Germany's leading publication on the Master of Laws
- 5,000 copies of the book are circulated to future lawyers
- More than 1,300 e-fellows.net scholarship holders, who are among the top ten percent of their respective classes, order the book for free
- 1 book – 6 media channels (print, e-reader, tablet, smartphone, notebook/laptop, PC)
- High-quality editing: first-class service from e-fellows.net, minimal effort for you
- The 2022 edition will be completely revised to improve gender-inclusive language.
NEW: Your ad in our career guide "Perspektiven für Juristen"
Would you also like to strengthen your brand by advertising in our second career guide for law students, “Perspektiven für Juristen“ (standard single-page ad, not a law school profile like in the LL.M. guide)? The book presents career paths for law students and is published annually with a circulation of 6,500 copies. For more information, please visit the web page for the ad in our career guides.
A selection of our customers
Andrássy Universität, Columbia University, Emory University, Europa Universität Viadrina, Fordham University, George Washington University, Northumbria University, Technische Universität Dresden, Tulane University, Universität Wien, University of Iowa, University of Miami, University of Queensland, University of Southern California, University of Sydney
- Single-page profile: 1,000 Euro
- Double-page profile: 1,500 Euro
You will receive a discount of 300 Euro if you also participate in one of our "LL.M. Day" events or book an online profile on our website.
Further information about "Der LL.M."
Number of books in print
5,000 copies of "Der LL.M." are made and distributed anually.
- More than 1,300 copies are ordered by law students who are e-fellows.net scholarship holders. To qualify for the scholarship, these students have to reach an average grade of nine or more points (top 15% in the German legal grading system) in their academic records. Scholarship holders can also download the e-book version of "Der LL.M." for free. At the moment, e-fellows.net supports about 6,900 law students.
- About 3,500 copies of "Der LL.M." are ordered by courts, universities, and similar institutions, and are passed on to students, trainee lawyers, and young professionals.
- The remaining copies are circulated via bookselling and are given out at the e-fellows.net LL.M. Day.
The LL.M. book is also published as an e-book in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI (for Kindle).
"Der LL.M." is Germany's most-read guide book concerning the Master of Laws. Your profile is embedded in well-researched content. The book has eight chapters:
- Der LL.M. und andere postgraduale Qualifikationen im Vergleich (The LL.M. and other options of postgraduate education)
- Grundentscheidungen bei der Auswahl eines LL.M.-Programms (Basic decisions when choosing an LL.M. program)
- Suche nach einem geeigneten LL.M.-Programm im Ausland (How to find a good LL.M. program abroad)
- Erfolgreich bewerben um Studienplatz und Stipendien (How to apply to a law school)
- Finanzierung des LL.M.-Studiums (How to pay for an LL.M.)
- Stipendienmöglichkeiten für LL.M.-Studenten (Scholarships for LL.M. students)
- Erfahrungsberichte von LL.M.-Absolventen (LL.M. alumni write about their experiences)
- Porträts von Hochschulen und Unternehmen (Profiles of law schools and companies)
Preview of the book (look inside)
You can browse through the entire book below.
Creating your profile is quick and easy
Creating a law school profile for "Der LL.M." is easy and does not take much time. We will send you a manual that gives you all information needed to write the text according to our specifications. Your school logo and a photo of your campus add graphic elements to your profile. Our staff is happy to help you with all your questions.
- Steffi Balzerkiewicz, Master of International Taxation (UNSW), born 1976, tax adviser and attorney in Berlin, Germany. Ms Balzerkiewicz studied in Potsdam, Berlin, and Sydney. She received a DAAD scholarship and is the author of several articles concerning tax law.
- Martin Heckelmann, Prof. Dr. iur., LL.M. (Cornell), born 1976, professor in Nuremberg. Mr. Heckelmann studied in Berlin and Ithaca, New York. He was awarded scholarships by the Fulbright Commission and the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Mr. Heckelmann is the author of various scholarly articles and a well known speaker at law conferences.
- Daniel Voigt, Dr. iur., MBA (Durham), born 1977, attorney and partner with CMS Hasche Sigle in Frankfurt. Mr. Voigt studied in Berlin, Düsseldorf, and Durham. He was awarded a scholarship by the Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst und is the author of various scholarly articles.