First Person Accounts: Pavani N. Bhat on the LL.M. at Harvard Law School

One of the great things about HLS is the infinite amount of lunch/coffee talks on so many interesting contemporary and historical legal issues. Not only that, you can also cross-register for courses at other Harvard schools.

Ten scholarships that every LL.M. applicant ought to know about

Understandably, one of the most common questions surrounding a foreign LL.M. is that related to finance. When the tuition alone can touch sixty lakhs, then questions around funding became that much more important. 

First Person Accounts: Param Pandya on the MSc in Law & Finance, Oxford University

The MLF programme at the University of Oxford is a unique blend wherein the candidates are taught basics of finance while the law subjects focus on these basic concepts and explain how law and policy would attempt to address gaps.

First Person Accounts: Sneha Priya Yanappa on the BCL, Oxford University

First Person Accounts (FPA’s) are meant to provide a first-hand account of law graduates who have pursued, or are pursuing, a post-graduate course (LL.M. or otherwise) from different universities across the world. Sneha Priya Yanappa is graduate of Symbiosis Law School, Pune (BA LLB ’18) and a BCL candidate at the University of Oxford (’19). In this…… Continue reading First Person Accounts: Sneha Priya Yanappa on the BCL, Oxford University

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.

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.

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