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LLM

Abbreviation for:
lipid-laden macrophage
Master of Laws
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Known as dairy specialists, LLM's 30 vets service more than 50,000 cows on 250 farms from four practices.
Rabbits were randomly divided into five equal groups each of six animals; the animals were assigned to five dietary treatments containing 30% LLM, 40% LLM, 30% MOLM, and 40% MOLM, the control group did not contain LLM or MOLM.
Yet, job prospects for many of those getting LLM degrees is questionable, with notable exceptions being LLM degrees from such prominent law schools as NYU or Georgetown in tax law.
Mohammed Al Shamsi, a Dubai Court of Appeal judge, who joined the LLM programme at the University of Dubai, said law and justice in Dubai "is a way of life" for him.
Entry test for admission in LLM (Shari'ah) and MS (Shari'ah) will be held on 15th October while the said test/interview for admission in Ph.D (Shari'ah) will be held on October 20.
Harold Koster, newly appointed director of The College of Law said that the LLM course, which will be offered over a period of 12 months, incorporates a rigorous curriculum with a strong focus on understanding fundamental legal principles that are essential for every law graduate and lawyer.
(2) David Olivencia receives his Maestro Award medal from LLM Publisher, Jorge Ferraez.
US private equity firm LLM Capital Partners said in a press release today it has bought local engineering and contract manufacturing solutions specialist Hybrid Design Associates (HDA) for an undisclosed amount.
Degrees offered: Master of Laws (LLM) in real estate law, with concentrations in transactional practice; public policy and regulation; and real estate development
THE Andhra Pradesh High Court on Wednesday ordered the suspension of five judges who were caught cheating during the firstyear Master of Law ( LLM) examinations in Warangal.