The Amicus Interviews: Shreya Jain on International Commercial Arbitration, the HLS LL.M.

The Amicus Interviews are meant for broader discussions on legal education, and the legal profession at the global level. Along with the legal research and law schools, these interviews are meant to bring across a slightly “macro” perspective on things. Shreya Jain is a 2014 graduate of NLSIU, Bangalore who went on to complete an…… Continue reading The Amicus Interviews: Shreya Jain on International Commercial Arbitration, the HLS LL.M.

The Amicus Interviews: Professor Petra Butler on International Commercial Arbitration, legal education & more

Research and writing are creative and the environment a researcher needs to flourish will be very individual. The best a university can do is to create an environment where there is space for each researcher to be creative. 

First Person Accounts: Dharmesh Khandelwal on the LL.M. at Penn State Law

I opted for Penn State because it has got some great faculty such as Prof. Catharine Rogers and Prof. Thomas E. Carbonneau who are very experienced scholars in the field of international arbitration

Nicolas Caffo on why you should apply to the Latin American International Arbitration Course (July 2020)

Nicolas Caffo

Indian practitioners and students wishing to gain top-notch education in international commercial and investment arbitration will therefore benefit from LAIAC by being taught by the leading individuals in international dispute settlement.

First Person Accounts: Archa Rajeevi on applying for the IADR LL.M. at the National University of Singapore (NUS)

Archa Rajeevi on applying for the IADR LLM at National University of Singapore

I chose NUS because I felt the degree would expose me both to the arbitration and the dispute resolution. I also really liked the extensive list of modules offered at NUS. Some of them, for example, are mediation, negotiation, future of international arbitration in Asia pacific region, energy arbitration and so on

First Person Accounts: Shaurya Upadhyay on the LL.M. at LSE

Shaurya Upadhyay

The reasons for you to do the LL.M will always be unique to you, so you must always look at this bigger picture, and use external advice (including this interview) only to fill informational voids.

First Person Account: Puneeth Ganapathy on the LL.M. from University College London

“The level of discourse in the ‘right’ professor’s classroom is so high – that if you’re genuinely nerdy/romantic about the law, it is definitely going to giving you a clearer perspective of where you see yourself in the profession.” 

First Person Accounts: Akash Gupta on the International Commercial Arbitration LLM at Stockholm University

First Person Accounts (FPA’s) are meant to provide a first-hand account of Indian law graduates who have pursued, or are currently pursuing, a post-graduate course (be it an LLM or otherwise) from different schools across the world. In this edition, I speak with Akash Gupta, a graduate of Tamil Nadu National Law University (Class of…… Continue reading First Person Accounts: Akash Gupta on the International Commercial Arbitration LLM at Stockholm University

First Person Accounts: Hussain Somji (University of Hong Kong)

First Person Accounts (FPA’s) are meant to provide a first-hand account of lawyer’s who have pursued a post-graduate course from different schools across the world. Not necessarily restricted to an LLM, the FPAs should serve as some guide as to which is the ideal law school for you. Hussain Somji is a Mumbai-based lawyer who…… Continue reading First Person Accounts: Hussain Somji (University of Hong Kong)