Law students often believe that a doctoral degree is pursued only to undertake a career in academia or research. However, this is not necessarily true. A PhD teaches you much more than just research and writing.
"There is no ‘right’ time for a post-graduate degree. No matter when you decide to do it, it will be beneficial in its own way. So trust the motivations that come from within and everything else will fall into place. "
The Amicus blog began life sometime in August last year, starting off with some (very) rudimentary advice on how to go about the LL.M. application process. Since then, the blog has carried some interesting interviews and posts, with the most popular being the First-Person Account (FPA’s) series.
Sleepless nights, exams (6 hours long to 24 hours long), class presentations, moots, conferences, daily class grading’s, daily extensive readings for class, all in just roughly 10 months. I believe this was the main reason why I chose NUS from the options I had, as I wanted to train and push myself to limits I had never been too.
Chithra Powathikunnil George on the NUS-MIDS double degree, LLM applications, the differences between NUS and MIDS, and more.
Manasi Chatpalliwar on the LLM from National University of Singapore (NUS), working before a master's, Indian law firms and the LLM, and a whole lot more.
Garv Malhotra completed the MIDS programme, as well as an LLM from the National University of Singapore.
Aayushi Singh shares her thoughts on the LL.M. in International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution offered by the National University of Singapore.
First Person Accounts (FPA's) are meant to provide a first-hand account of lawyer's who have pursued a post-graduate course from different schools across the world. Not necessarily restricted to an LLM, the FPAs should serve as some guide as to which is the ideal law school for you. Soumya Shekhar, a graduate of NLU Delhi … Continue reading First Person Accounts: Soumya Shekhar (National University of Singapore)