TAU offers more flexibility than traditional universities: Robin Sharma, LL.M. graduate from Tel Aviv University

Robin Sharma recently completed his L.L.M. from Tel Aviv University, Israel (Class of ‘20). After completing his B.A., L.L. B from NALSAR University of Law in 2018 he worked as a legal strategist before enrolling for a master’s course.

First Person Accounts: Harsh Mahaseth on the LL.M. (Asian Legal Studies) at National University of Singapore

Harsh Mahaseth is currently pursuing a specialised LL.M. in Asian Legal Studies at the National University of Singapore.

Harsh Mahaseth is currently pursuing a specialised LL.M. in Asian Legal Studies at the National University of Singapore.

The Amicus Interviews: Malavika Prasad on legal education, “social capital” & much more.

Malavika Prasad

We know that in the name of filtering for students of a certain ability, merit filters out those who could not access the education and social capital that nurtures such ability.

First Person Accounts: Talha Abdul Rahman on Oxford University’s BCL + Guide on LLM applications

Talha Abdul Rahman (NALSAR '08, Oxford '09) talks to Amicus Partners about his experiences as a BCL candidate at the University of Oxford.

I don’t see a reason why, as litigators, we should not venture out to seek knowledge from every possible source, and see how we can use that to assist in the development of the law.

First Person Accounts: Prajwal Gyawali on the EMLE, “100 rejections project” & more

I think there is some sort of a peer pressure in law schools that you need to do a master’s program from a reputed institution or else you are looked down upon. Well of course it would be great to get a masters from one of the big universities. But we don’t keep in mind the financial aspect of it. And we almost never speak about it with our friends or alumni.

The Amicus Podcast Episode 02: Sidharth Chauhan, NALSAR University

In the second episode of the Amicus Podcast, Assistant Professor Sidharth Chauhan shares his thoughts on the recent report on legal education, how the report was prepared, and a lot more on the future of legal education in the country. You can also read edited excerpts from the podcast here.