I'm in a quite peculiar situation I hoped someone could advise me, since I've been overthinking it. I'm a bit different from the average public here, but my goal is also to settle abroad, at least for a while.
I am a 30 year-old Latin American lawyer with 4 years of experience. I speak English, Portuguese, Spanish, French and some German. Because of that, I'm interested in western or southern Europe and Canada.
I'd like to focus on international trade subjects (import/export management, customs issues, international taxation), but, given it is an interdisciplinary field, I am a bit clueless on which masters to take for that: if an MBA to gain managerial skills, a master in taxation or if a LLM would be useful for such as a foreign lawyer. I found only a few specialized master degrees on these subjects, but they were part-time. I've googled so much already it only got me more confused.
Considering all that information, any advice on what should I narrow my searches to? Should I take an MBA indeed?
Thank you in advance!
[Edited by fnsbarb on Sep 03, 2018]