"Virtually everywhere I go in and outside of the U.S. I am asked to identify which specific U.S. law schools and U.S. LL.M. programs do not meet reasonable expectations of LL.M. students. People want to know which LL.M. programs are cash cows, in that they divert LL.M. tuition money away from the LL.M. program, leaving the LL.M. program with inadequate resources to satisfy LL.M. student personal, academic, career or other needs and expectations.”
“I tell students, professors and LL.M. administrators that the principal question is whether the law school funnels sufficient resources to the LL.M. program, and provides high quality service, which is what students should reasonably expect. Unfortunately some schools fail to provide sufficient resources for their international LL.M. students, and do not meet the reasonable needs of their students”.