Kanad Bagchi discusses Indian law schools and the research spaces they have created, the advantages of studying abroad, 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.
Ameen Jauhar, a graduate of NUJS ('12), recently completed an MSc in Systematic Reviews for Social Policy and Practice from the University College London.
Sapna Reheem Shaila discusses the LLM at the School of Oriental and African Studies, her ongoing doctorate studies, and a whole lot more.
Ayushi Agarwal, a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholar at Oxford University, talks about the BCL course, admissions and much more.
Professor John Flood answers a question (or two) on legal education and the legal profession.
Dhvani Mehta is one of the founding members of the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. The Rhodes scholar has spent a considerable amount of time at Oxford University; after her BCL, she went on to complete an MPhil and then a DPhil in law from Oxford. In this podcast, she talks about legal education, her … Continue reading The Amicus Podcast Episode 05: Dhvani Mehta (Oxford University, VCLP)
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)
Prof. Margareth Etienne on how to identify the ideal law school, writing the Statement of Purpose, the JSD degree, and a whole lot more.
For those Indian law graduates looking to join academia, here is a development that ought to be of interest.