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Have questions on a US LLM? Attend this webinar hosted by Miki Hamstra, Indiana University

At the start of this year, I had published an interview with Miki Hamstra, the Director of Graduate Programs at Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law. In the interview, she had spoken about what LLM applicants ought to look for while selecting law schools, what a graduate admissions office looks for in a … Continue reading Have questions on a US LLM? Attend this webinar hosted by Miki Hamstra, Indiana University

First Person Accounts: Vatsal Vasudev on the LL.M. at Harvard Law School

I would like to put it out there that one need not have studied at one of the top law schools or have the best grades possible to have a shot at getting into their preferred law school, so long as they can show that they excelled at something they considered the most meaningful as a student or a practitioner.