First Person Accounts: Pavithra Jaidev on the LL.M. at the University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Do your research thoroughly, read the market carefully, see what kind of scholarships and opportunities you can avail, talk to people, network, collect information and plan ahead. You don’t want to get stuck once you land there and end up going back empty handed, because that would be just very disappointing.

First Person Accounts: Shouryendu Ray on the LL.M. at UPenn, writing the NY Bar & more

The LL.M. course is an immersive, rigorous programme with a steep learning curve. It doesn’t help that the setting is also unfamiliar. But it is truly an other-worldly experience – a chance for you to make friends with people from all around the world, get exposed to their culture and way of thinking and see things from a very different perspective.