Photo by Jouwen Wang on Unsplash Identify referees who will give you that “perfect” recommendation letter. Raise your grades over the next semester or two. Get some publications done. How about showcasing leadership abilities? Perhaps engage in some form of social service which you can then use in your personal statement? Any or all of these might improve…… Continue reading The ONE thing that will increase your LL.M. admission chances (Warning: It is terribly boring)
But what if there are universities that offer the opportunity to study at two different universities? Some even offer you the opportunity to get your degrees conferred from both of them!
It is not too surprising that a number of law school clients have decided to either postpone their current recruitment activities for India or reconfigure them in some way or the other. Underneath this change of strategy is a fairly simple question: with India suffering one of her worst health disasters, is this really a…… Continue reading LL.M. recruitments & Covid: How international law schools can navigate uncertainty, fear and grief in India
For those looking to pursue an LL.M. abroad, there is an interesting event scheduled for tomorrow, March 12 at 18:30 hours (IST). The Law Schools Global League is hosting a virtual LL.M. fair with participation from twenty law schools all over the world. Here is a list of schools participating in the event: – IE Law…… Continue reading Attend: Law Schools Global League virtual LL.M. Fair; Meet reps from 20 international law
What does 2021 hold for international law schools who are looking to recruit from India?
Will the (foreign) LL.M. help get you a job abroad? It might. It might not.
Given that there is no “magic formula” for drafting the unicorn that is the perfect SoP, what I have decided to do instead is focus on some of the most common mistakes made while writing an SoP.
Asian universities regularly feature in the best law schools of the world, and even if you are not into rankings, these universities merit a second look for anyone interested in an LL.M. abroad.
As a legal academic, you may also be drawn upon for advice by governmental bodies, NGOs, policy and think tanks, and other relevant organisations in public life, and this can be very rewarding.
A PhD in law is a chance, perhaps a unique chance, to carve out a place for yourself as a singular expert on one specific aspect of law.
Here are five schools that a student should consider applying to if they are interested in a career in International Relations.
Harsh Mahaseth As you may have realised, there are many options when you decide to apply for universities, and so it is very important to search for a university that fits your needs. One should not look only at the world university rankings and decide on their postgraduate studies; this might not lead to the…… Continue reading Chasing dreams: How to find the University that is best for you
NUS Law is inviting applications for Post-Doctoral Fellowship positions commencing in AY2021-2022.
NUS Law offering up to three fully funded places for its PhD programme starting August 2021.
A webinar to discuss “concerns that might be on your mind as well as several other frequently asked questions, ranging from crafting your personal statement, our thoughts on the legacy of Cecil Rhodes, and even the laborious task of soliciting references.”
Understandably, one of the most common questions surrounding a foreign LL.M. is that related to finance. When the tuition alone can touch sixty lakhs, then questions around funding became that much more important.