The fact is, research activity and research led teaching is resource intensive and faculty need time to develop and deliver these.
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.
Lakshmi Neelakantan on planning for her doctorate degree, what exactly a doctorate entails, the future of Indian law schools, and a whole lot more.
Amicus Partners gave a short talk on LLM applications at the Hidayatullah National Law University in Raipur. These are some of the memories made.
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.
This post is about the future, the future of legal education and how the Indian law graduate is being viewed by universities and law schools across the world.
One of the goals of Amicus Partners is to conduct research on the career trajectories of this country’s law graduates.
I came across Molina Asthana’s profile while looking for Indian law graduates who had made the shift to Australia. And the more I read about her, the more I thought she would make for a good interview for Amicus Partners. A lawyer practicing in Delhi, Molina moved to Australia in 2004. A masters from Melbourne…… Continue reading #Interviews: Molina Asthana on Australian LLMs, work-life balance & more