After the previous article, a kind reader (one of twelve I might add) sent me this link to a speech given by Associate Prof. Rahul Singh of the National Law School of India University. The speech, made by Singh as the chair of the undergraduate council at NSLIU, is interesting for a number of reasons - a … Continue reading Indian law schools and the rankings game
Although an LLM is, by far, the favourite, there are more than a few who have chosen non-law specific courses.
As we have mentioned in our first post, researching on which law school to apply to can be a decidedly exhausting process. Right from deciding which course to study, to law school identification to scholarships, the LLM aspirant can often feel overburdened by these tasks. However, there is help at hand. What with the advent of … Continue reading Four web resources every #LLM applicant should utilise
So here you are, scoping out LLM-guide or LLMStudy, speaking with peers and seniors, and (probably) wondering whether it is going to be worth all the effort in the first place. Like I said, this can be a difficult decision to make.