Tara Ollapally talks about her own experiences as a law student, first at ULC Bangalore and then at Columbia Law School. She also discusses the urgent need to push mediation, especially in commercial disputes. And lastly, she talks about how lawyers can make good mediators, and whether our legal education equips today's lawyers with the … Continue reading The Amicus Podcast: Ep 04 with Tara Ollapally (CAMP Mediation)
First Person Accounts (FPA's) are meant to provide a first-hand account of lawyer's who have pursued a post-graduate course from different schools across the world. Not necessarily restricted to an LLM, the FPAs should serve as some guide as to which is the ideal law school for you. Hussain Somji is a Mumbai-based lawyer who … Continue reading First Person Accounts: Hussain Somji (University of Hong Kong)
In the second part of the interview, Tara focuses on the benefits of mediation, how to become a good mediator and a whole lot more.
Tara Ollapally is an experienced mediator with an LLM from Columbia Law School. In this interview she talks about mediation, future lawyers, her own legal education and much more
Saraswathy Vaidyanathan speaks to Amicus Partners on her LLM from Edinburgh University
Andrew Horsfall tells me how admission officers view LLM applications, how scholarships can be negotiated, and what are the best ways to identify the law school (and post-graduate course) that will offer you the most value.
In this episode of the Amicus Podcast, I speak with Andrew Horsfall, the Assistant Dean of International Programs at Syracuse University College of Law. A lawyer by training, Andrew spent a few years as a legal profession before working for his alma mater. In this podcast, he tells me how admission officers view applications, how … Continue reading The Amicus Podcast Ep 03: Andrew Horsfall, Syracuse University College of Law