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.

First Person Accounts: Almitra Gupta on the LL.M. at Penn Law, Executive LL.M. at King’s College London

Make the most of your LLM experience by meeting and interacting with people from diverse backgrounds. Seek to create meaningful bonds with people without only focusing on what’s in it for me.

The LLM #Admission Interviews: John N. Riccardi, Boston University School of Law

An LLM experience is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create and expand one’s global professional network. Our alumni network consists of roughly 24,000 alumni in over 100 countries.

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: Ankita Rath on the LL.M. at Boston College Law School

There are way too many factors to weigh and ensure that you get your money’s worth during the course and after the completion of the same. I am not sure if I have any life-altering advices, but there are a few things that I wish I did.

First Person Accounts: Dharmesh Khandelwal on the LL.M. at Penn State Law

I opted for Penn State because it has got some great faculty such as Prof. Catharine Rogers and Prof. Thomas E. Carbonneau who are very experienced scholars in the field of international arbitration

First Person Accounts: Vassupradha Rengarajan on the LL.M. at Arizona State University

This LLM has been one of the best experiences I have had so far. It definitely improved my communication and people skills and ability to thrive well in the field of law.

First Person Accounts: Atharva Sontakke on the LL.M. at LSE

Academically, the most valuable experience for me was a massive improvement in the most basic skills that any lawyer must possess, that is, critical thinking, analytical thinking, and writing skills.

First Person Accounts: Sruthi Srinivasan on the LLM in Commerce and Technology Law, UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law

The FPLC LLM is one of the best programs offered in the US as classroom sessions are practical and there is a high possibility of the same getting translated into work place scenarios.

The LLM #Admission Interviews: Andrea McLeod-Karim, Victoria University of Wellington

While it is always disappointing to need to delay plans, students should remember that they’re not alone, there are thousands of students worldwide in a similar situation. They should choose the best option for them as per their safety, learning outcomes and the experience they’ll receive.

First Person Accounts: Shachi Jain on the LL.M. at National University of Singapore (NUS)

Since an LL.M. was more of an academic endeavor to me, I was looking forward to delving deeper into subjects that excited me the most and hoped to understand them from a comparative perspective.

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