Applying to an LLM degree in a foreign college can be a confusing, time-consuming, and stressful process. The process can also be educative on its own; just the process of writing a good SOP can tell you a lot about yourself!
While we are sure that our LLM advisory career pieces have been useful, students and young professionals have asked us for more personalized guidance from time to time.
Well, here it is!
Thinking of doing an LLM from abroad? We at Lawctopus would love to make this ‘LLM application and beyond’ journey a little easier for you.
1. Consulting/Coaching Call
Which countries, colleges, and subjects to apply for?
How to navigate the application process?
Personalized advice on SOP, CV, LOR, scholarships.
Fees: Rs. 4000-10,000
2. Short-listing of Colleges:
If there is a course that you would like to specialize in, we can help you in zeroing down on the best colleges on the basis of your academics, grades, and other considerations.
Fees: Rs. 4000-10,000
3. Working on the SOP, and CV:
Your ‘Statement of Purpose’ (SOP) is a key document based on which many law schools will take their decision whether to have you with them or not.
Our consultants will also help CV making process for a foreign LLM application.
Our consultants will also advise you about Letter of Recommendation (LORs) as well (whom to get it from, what can be the content of a LOR, etc.)
Fees: Rs. 15,000-60,000
Note: The fees depends on your requirements and the number of reviews/calls from our end.
Note 2: These are indicative rates. The services will be customized based on the needs of the students.
If you are interested to get LLM guidance, please fill the form here.
If you want to be an advisor/consultant, please fill the form here.
Our Advisors (to be updated)
Anupama Sharma is an Assistant Professor, Assistant Dean (International Collaborations) and Fellow Centre for Penology, Criminal Justice and Police Studies at O.P. Jindal Global Law School, India.
She has completed B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata in 2014 and LL.M. from the University of Cambridge, the United Kingdom in June 2015.
She has been a part of various research projects run by institutions and organizations, such as Cambridge Pro Bono Project, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, International Justice Mission, inter alia.
She has been a teaching assistant for Increasing Diversity Increasing Access (IDIA) and a research assistant for the faculty in International law and Arbitration.
She is currently on study leave for pursuing PhD in criminal law at the University of Hong Kong.