I'm not sure if this should really go in the 'Choosing a Law School' thread, but I was wondering if anyone knew anything about the differences in the international law programs between NYU and Columbia. I know they're supposed to be the top 2, but is there a different focus at each? Is one better at one type of international law than another (human rights, criminal law, international business, comparative, national security, military law/law of war, international IP, I'm not sure what other types there are...)?
To make this more in the 'choosing' vein, which do you think is better (I'm basically choosing between those 2 and Chicago, which I know doesn't have a great int'l law program but I've heard it has improved considerably)? Any thoughts? Thanks.
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