Kanad Bagchi discusses Indian law schools and the research spaces they have created, the advantages of studying abroad, and a whole lot more.
A Professor of Law at Griffith University, John Flood has written extensively on the changing nature of the legal profession, amongst other things.
Earlier this year, NALSAR University released a report on possible reforms at our country's national law universities.The report (accessible here) made a number of suggestions, and also included a fairly comprehensive survey of students across more than a dozen national law universities. The report’s co-investigator, and Assistant Professor at NALSAR, Sidharth Chauhan spoke with me on the … Continue reading The Amicus Interviews: Sidharth Chauhan, NALSAR University
At Amicus Partners, we are always trying to make the LLM application process that much easier. And in order to provide as much information as we can, we have recently launched the Amicus Podcast. In the first episode, Priyadarshini and I discuss the broad aspects of the application process, the things one should keep in mind, … Continue reading Introducing the Amicus Podcast: Episode 01
Although an LLM is, by far, the favourite, there are more than a few who have chosen non-law specific courses.
As we have mentioned in our first post, researching on which law school to apply to can be a decidedly exhausting process. Right from deciding which course to study, to law school identification to scholarships, the LLM aspirant can often feel overburdened by these tasks. However, there is help at hand. What with the advent of … Continue reading Four web resources every #LLM applicant should utilise
It is not always an easy decision to make, of this I have little doubt. In all probability, this is the first educational choice you are making after your decision to study law. And, if you decided to study in the five-year program, that decision was made a while back. So here you are, scoping … Continue reading Three questions you need to ask if you are thinking about a master’s degree after law