The Amicus Interviews are meant for broader discussions on legal education, and the legal profession at the global level. Along with the legal research and law schools, these interviews are meant to bring across a slightly "macro" perspective on things. Shreya Jain is a 2014 graduate of NLSIU, Bangalore who went on to complete an … Continue reading The Amicus Interviews: Shreya Jain on International Commercial Arbitration, the HLS LL.M.
The breadth of the curriculum, covering 60 courses over 5 years itself was a huge change and brought many new, multidisciplinary course offerings that had never been taught, such as Law and Rural Development, Environmental Law, among others.
It’s definitely been the best year of my life. I had heard this cliché from so many of my seniors but I finally understand it.
Ayushi Agarwal, a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholar at Oxford University, talks about the BCL course, admissions and much more.
After the previous article, a kind reader (one of twelve I might add) sent me this link to a speech given by Associate Prof. Rahul Singh of the National Law School of India University. The speech, made by Singh as the chair of the undergraduate council at NSLIU, is interesting for a number of reasons - a … Continue reading Indian law schools and the rankings game