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.
I think there is some sort of a peer pressure in law schools that you need to do a master’s program from a reputed institution or else you are looked down upon. Well of course it would be great to get a masters from one of the big universities. But we don’t keep in mind the financial aspect of it. And we almost never speak about it with our friends or alumni.
Rubanya Nanda is currently enrolled in the LLM Master's Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration at Uppsala University in Sweden.
Amicus Partners speaks with Cristóbal Alvear who is part of the faculty at IE Law School.
Garv Malhotra completed the MIDS programme, as well as an LLM from the National University of Singapore.
Soumya Patnaik graduated from NLU Jodhpur after which she worked at JSA before an LLM at Leiden University. She also received the LexS scholarship
In the second part, Kanad Bagchi and I discuss legal academia, the BA LLB degree and the future of Indian law schools, working in India, and a whole lot more.
I am particularly excited to speak with Kanad Bagchi, (KIIT Law School '13) who is currently a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute
Kanad Bagchi on his reasons for taking up a master's program at the Europa-Institut, being a research scholar means and the MLF at Oxford University
Shantanu Kanade is currently pursuing an advanced LLM in International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration at Leiden Law School.