I was sure that I wanted to practice corporate law with a focus on securities law and what better than a school providing me an opportunity of a 2 year JD program, right across the river from the NYSE and the NASDAQ.
Not everybody is going to go for a legal education per se, but they want to know about the legal and business aspects of technology.
I couldn’t believe that all my hard work had paid off. I had finally passed the toughest bar exam in the world and was a dual qualified lawyer!
Research and writing are creative and the environment a researcher needs to flourish will be very individual. The best a university can do is to create an environment where there is space for each researcher to be creative.
If you have decided that International Arbitration is what you want to do, keep working hard, put all your efforts into it, do not give up even when things seem hopeless, and eventually you will reach your goals.
Having a wide and diverse personal network of contacts is among the keys to success in the arbitration world and one of the best ways to achieve it is through education.
Lennora Crilov graduated from Amity Law School, Noida in 2016 and then enrolled for the LL.M. course at Penn State Law School. She is currently the Head of Department - Academic Mobility and Accreditations at the Narxoz School Law & Public Policy, based in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The Ontario college curriculum design is focused on producing graduates with immediately transferrable skills. Practical application is as important to successful completion as a good theoretical foundation is.
I get Malcolm Mackay to discuss the future of legal education, and the legal profession as well.
One of the goals of Amicus Partners is to conduct research on the career trajectories of this country’s law graduates.
In the second part of the interview (you can read Part 1 here), Dhvani talks about focusing on academy and research in Indian law schools, the kind of lawyers that VCLP is looking to hire, and a whole lot more. How do you encourage academic research in Indian law schools? One [way] is … Continue reading The Amicus Interviews: Dhvani Mehta on Indian legal education, LLMs and more (Part 2)
A Professor of Law at Griffith University, John Flood has written extensively on the changing nature of the legal profession, amongst other things.
In the second part of the interview, Tara focuses on the benefits of mediation, how to become a good mediator and a whole lot more.