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.
If you are interested to get Lawctopus’ paid, personalised LLM guidance, please fill the form here.
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. 2000-10,000
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 Lawctopus’ paid, personalized LLM guidance, please fill the form here.
Our Advisors (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 is currently on study leave for pursuing PhD in criminal law at the University of Hong Kong.
Keerthana Medarametla completed her undergraduate degree in law from National Law University Delhi (batch of 2015) and her masters in law from Harvard Law School (class of 2018).
She is currently working with Agami – an initiative creating an enabling ecosystem for innovation in law and justice.
Harsh Mahaseth completed his undergraduate degree in law from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (batch of 2019) and is an LLM candidate from the National University of Singapore (class of 2020).
Along with his studies, he is also currently working on research projects involving the justice legal education in the South Asian Region, constitutionalism in Nepal, the recent international law developments in the Southeast Asian Region, and the juvenile justice system in the State of Telangana in India.
Nikunj Kulshreshtha is a practising lawyer based in Delhi.
He graduated from Law Centre-1, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi in 2018. He then completed his LLM in Criminal Justice from Queen Mary University of London in 2019.
His areas of interest include Criminal Law, Medical Negligence Law, White Collar Crimes, Forensic Science and Gender and Law. Apart from law, Nikunj has a keen interest in geopolitics, military and strategic studies and diplomacy.
Gauraan is an advocate practising majorly in the Supreme Court, High Court of Delhi and High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan.
She studied her 5 year integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab in the class of 2008- 2013 and LL.M. from University College London, UK in 2013-2014.
She also taught law at Delhi University for 2 years from 2015-2017.
Mohak Rana completed his B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) degree from NMIMS, Mumbai in 2018. After practicing as an advocate for a year, he is now a candidate of LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, NH, USA.(Class of 2020)
Mohak has a keen interest in Criminal Law, Cyber Law and Intellectual Property Law. He believes in looking beyond the conventional approaches and options to explore the best. Academia, Geopolitical issues, Business strategies, and travelling are some other areas of his interest.
Krusha Bhatt is working at Jindal Global Law School as a Research Associate. Krusha holds an LL.M in the International Business and Competition Law from the University of East Anglia, UK and she is also a recipient of ‘International Office of Excellence Award scholarship’ for her higher education from the UK.
During her masters, she also secured a work placement with the Spire Solicitors based in Norwich. Currently, she is also working with the Canadian Institute for International Law Expertise (CIFILE) and is a young member to International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG) of London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
Urvashi Jain is an attorney practicing at the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad. She did her LL.M. from the University of Georgia School of Law, United States (hereinafter, “UGA”), 2016-2017. She bagged a full scholarship along with a graduate assistantship from UGA.
She is a certified Mediator at the Georgia Commission of Dispute Resolution, Georgia, United States. Her areas of interest are intellectual property and international law.
Spandana Nagheskumar graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (Honours) from Alliance University, India in July 2019, specializing in Economics and Intellectual Property Rights. She is currently an LLM candidate at Trinity College Dublin, where she has opted to study Intellectual Property Law, Information Technology Law and Aviation Law.
She is also undertaking an online internship program at EK Advisory BV a data protection consultancy start-up based in Brussels, Belgium.
Spandana has previously worked as a Leadership Associate and Facilitator at Civic Concepts International, a leadership building organisation based in Prague, Czech Republic. She is an avid reader and traveller.
Upasana Dasgupta is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Law and the Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University. She is pursuing doctoral research on “Preventing Collisions in Outer Space: Towards better implementation of State responsibility in commercial space era” under the supervision of Professor Ram Jakhu.
She holds a Masters in Air and Space Law (Thesis) from McGill University. Her masters’ thesis was entitled “On-orbit Transfer Of Satellites Between States: Legal Issues with Special Emphasis On Liability And Registration.” Upasana has worked on various projects of McGill’s Institute of Air and Space Law as a Research Assistant including the Global Space Governance, Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space and Space Security Index. Upasana has been co-supervising LLM non-thesis students at the Faculty of Law, McGill University since September 2018.
Prior to this, she used to work in capital markets division in Amarchand & Mangaldas and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.and corporate law division of Argus Partners in India. Upasana has also worked as advisor to Indian Delegation to 38th General Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organisation.