Shantanu Kanade is currently pursuing an advanced LLM in International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration at Leiden Law School.
Professor Kellye Testy, the President of LSAC was in India recently, and I am glad that I got the chance to speak with her.
Akshay shares his thoughts on the JD degree, his time as a law student thus far (he is currently a 1L), and why a JD might must make more sense than an LLM
Clickbait-ey it may be is, but the headline is my one-line takeaway for me after attending a recent symposium on the future of legal education. Held in New Delhi (cough cough) over the past weekend, the two-day event saw multiple panel discussions, each with a diverse mix of speakers. For me (and Amicus Partners), the … Continue reading Let’s talk about legal ed (baby?)
The Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) is a great way to seek a foreign, professional qualification, and has become quite popular with Indian lawyers looking to move out of the country. Priyasha Corrie, an Indian law graduate currently working as a corporate lawyer in the UAE, has not only taken the QLTS but has also … Continue reading Amicus Interviews: Priyasha Corrie on QLTS Geek, foreign practice & more
In case you are thinking about an LLM from the US, here is some good news. Fourteen US law schools will be participating in an online fair on Nov 27, 2018.
In case you are thinking about an LLM from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), here is a good opportunity to find out more.
Julie Sculli from Brooklyn Law School, gave a short presentation on the NY Bar examination that I thought was quite insightful.
Anubhav Dutt Tiwari graduated from NUJS in 2013, and worked for at Clasis Law before enrolling in the LLM in International Human Rights from Essex University