First Person Accounts: Prajwal Gyawali on the EMLE, “100 rejections project” & more

I think there is some sort of a peer pressure in law schools that you need to do a master’s program from a reputed institution or else you are looked down upon. Well of course it would be great to get a masters from one of the big universities. But we don’t keep in mind the financial aspect of it. And we almost never speak about it with our friends or alumni.

#Interviews: Molina Asthana on Australian LLMs, work-life balance & more

I came across Molina Asthana's profile while looking for Indian law graduates who had made the shift to Australia. And the more I read about her, the more I thought she would make for a good interview for Amicus Partners. A lawyer practicing in Delhi, Molina moved to Australia in 2004. A masters from Melbourne … Continue reading #Interviews: Molina Asthana on Australian LLMs, work-life balance & more

The Amicus Interviews: Dhvani Mehta on Indian legal education, LLMs and more (Part 2)

In the second part of the interview (you can read Part 1 here), Dhvani talks about focusing on academy and research in Indian law schools, the kind of lawyers that VCLP is looking to hire, and a whole lot more.     How do you encourage academic research in Indian law schools? One [way] is … Continue reading The Amicus Interviews: Dhvani Mehta on Indian legal education, LLMs and more (Part 2)

Amicus Interviews: Priyasha Corrie on QLTS Geek, foreign practice & more

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