First Person Accounts: Kirthana S. Khurana on the MCL at the University of Cambridge

The MCL course is more strenuous than the LLM course at Cambridge, as we took six courses against four in LLM, and were examined thrice in an academic term. To be honest, this was extremely stressful at times.

Amicus Interviews: Nishant Gokhale on Indian law schools, legal education & more (Part II)

Law schools need to create incentives to enable students to take up work that they are passionate about, rather than doing a bewildering number of internships for the sole reason that other law students are.

The Amicus Interviews: Nishant Gokhale on Harvard Law, Gates Cambridge & more (Part I)

The LL.M. is a broad-ranging experience so the purpose cannot be anything but subjective. Ask yourself why you want to do it and this will likely yield answers to when and where you would like to pursue it.

The Amicus Interviews: Shilpi Nanda on the Cambridge LL.M. + Ph.D. at National University of Singapore (Part II)

Shilpi Nanda is currently pursuing her PhD at the National University of Singapore on a Commonwealth Scholarship.

“Research helps you find and create knowledge, but teaching within and outside the classroom enables you to disseminate and discuss that knowledge.”

The Amicus Interviews: Shilpi Nanda on the Cambridge LL.M. + Ph.D. at National University of Singapore (Part I)

Shilpi Nanda is currently pursuing her PhD at the National University of Singapore on a Commonwealth Scholarship.

Law students often believe that a doctoral degree is pursued only to undertake a career in academia or research. However, this is not necessarily true. A PhD teaches you much more than just research and writing.

First Person Accounts: Shanya Ruhela on the Cambridge LLM, PhD at Tilburg University

A Ph.D. is about finding your method in madness. One realises that a doctorate journey (like life itself) is a process. There are Eureka moments but these are few and far between.