First Person Accounts: Sreejita Mitra on LL.M. applications at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)

I had two criteria while shortlisting universities. First was the country I wanted to study in and second was the course. The UK was always my preferred choice and the universities I decided to apply to were the ones that had impressive Competition Law Courses

My only advice is to dream big: Dyuti Rikhi on the LL.M. in IP, University of Glasgow

Dyuti Rikhi is a 2019 graduate of the University of Glasgow, where she completed an LL.M.  in Intellectual Property Law. In this FPA, the 2017 law graduate shares her reasons for opting for the University of Glasgow, the importance of scholarships, and a whole lot more. 

First Person Accounts: Sanchita Ain on the Human Rights LL.M. at Essex University

Sanchita Ain is an Advocate On Record in the Supreme Court of India and has completed a B.A.LL.B from Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University and an LL.M from the University of Essex in International Human Rights.

First Person Accounts: Wajahat Jilani on the Competition Law LL.M. at King’s College London 

Wajahat Jilani is currently pursuing an LL.M. with a focus on Competition Law at King’s College London.  He enrolled for the master’s course just after finishing his B.A.LL.B course from the Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University. 

First Person Accounts: Roshni Menon on the Chevening Scholarship, applying for the King’s College LL.M.

I did not want to do a master’s degree for the sake of doing one. Because to my mind, it is more than just a career milestone – rather, it needs to serve some predefined purpose.

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.

First Person Accounts: Kirthana S. Khurana on the MCL at the University of Cambridge

The MCL course is more strenuous than the LLM course at Cambridge, as we took six courses against four in LLM, and were examined thrice in an academic term. To be honest, this was extremely stressful at times.

First Person Accounts: Dr. Shashwat Bajpai on the BCL at the University of Oxford, legal education & more

If we can somehow emulate, let’s say the ‘Tutorial’ concept from the BCL course into the Indian legal education system (it’s a long shout, I know!), then we can truly have the National Law Universities/Law Schools amongst the most prestigious in the world.

Here are 7 Summer Schools law students can still attend this year

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Short-term summer programs have been long sought after by law students as a means to expose themselves to foreign education, interact with faculty members from some of the best universities in the world, and foster relationships.

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