Posted: October 30th, 2013
Bernard Armoo (U.K., LL.M. ’13) in New York City
By: Bernard Armoo (U.K., LL.M., ’13)
Mr. Armoo recently graduated with a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from Wake Forest Law. In November, he will be working on corporate transactions at Bryant Rabbino, LL.P., a New York corporate law firm. Born in Ghana, Mr. Armoo moved to the United Kingdom as a teenager. Prior to coming to Wake Forest Law, Mr. Armoo graduated with Honours from Leeds Metropolitan University.
What have you been up to since your time at Wake Forest?
After graduating from Wake Forest in May, 2013, I moved to New York with the aim of finding legal internship or employment.
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Posted: February 27th, 2012
By: Philipp Campestrini (LL.M. Candidate, ’12)
Philipp Campestrini (LL.M. Candidate, ’12)
The first step to actually get an invitation for the New York University International Student Interview Program (NYU ISIP) is to upload your resume to an internet portal. Matching to your profile, a list of different pre-selected law-firms is being provided. Most of these law firms come from your home-country because they have certain requirements which you personally have to fulfill. For me, for example, the language skills of German, French and English were the decisive requirements. Within this list I could bid for interviews and when the law-firms were interested, they invited me for an interview in New York. I received 10 interviews for the interview-day and 2 separate one-hour interviews. I was really happy that so many big Swiss law-firms showed interest in my resume and invited me for interviews.
A few weeks later, my journey to New York for the well known New York University ISIP began on a Thursday morning. My Swiss classmate who also got invitations for several interviews joined me and we travelled together. Fortunately, all professors from Wake Forest University School of Law knew that we had an important weekend coming and therefore, excused us for all classes on Thursday and Friday. Fully packed with suits, dress-shirts, ties and application-documents, we drove early in the morning to Greensboro to the Piedmont Triad International Airport. After a while of searching, we found an available long-term parking spot, but unfortunately this procedure took too much time and we had to rush to catch our flight to New York. Arriving at the last minute, we checked-in our baggage and boarded the airplane without standing in line. Continue reading »