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Top tips on How to Crack Law School Admissions

July 24, 2021 |
Top tips on How to Crack Law School Admissions

5 top law degrees from Europe

If you are considering a career in law, why not look at degrees in Europe? Here are our 5 top picks.

Explore endless opportunities for experiential learning at Hofstra University

The school's 140 undergraduate programs and 160 graduate ones include courses in the health professions ranging from sports science to health administration

Legal Brain Kapil Sibal says Experiences Abroad Enrich Your Mind

July 24, 2021 |
Legal Genius Kapil Sibal Says Experiences Abroad Enrich Your Mind, Harvard University, Law, Kapil Sibal

'Before worrying about fees and scholarships, find out what you're buying'

Law professor Sarah Nield discusses her areas of expertise, and the benefits of going abroad to study law. She also has some great advice for those who are considering law studies in the UK.

Hofstra University: Where You Are Meant to Be

Small class sizes and exciting, fulfilling on-campus programs are led by a supportive faculty and staff. And, Hofstra's close proximity to Manhattan allows students to take advantage of various cultural aspects, internship experiences and networking opportunities.

Studying Law in the U.S.

Law as a career has extraordinary durability. A law degree opens doors to private practice in big law firms, the government and business. But life at a law firm can be arduous. And yet the rewards are deeply satisfying whether in terms of fighting for justice or receiving a fat pay packet.

Apply now for University of Nottingham's undergraduate law scholarships

University of Nottingham is offering scholarships to Indian students who have scored an outstanding result in Class XII and have an offer to start a law degree. Applications are now open.

A Preview of the Mahatma: Mohandas at the Inns of Court

The Gandhi who went to study Law in London was a boy who aspired to be a gentleman. He wore flannel with white collars and sleeves, took dancing lessons, and dined at clubs. He was also a dedicated son, staying true to his vow of vegetarianism and chastity. Did he show any signs of the Mahatma he would one day become?

Calling Indian graduates: applications now open for University of Southampton′s GREAT Scholarships 2019

The scholarships will cover full tuition fee for select postgraduate programmes in Luxury Brand Management, Entrepreneurships, Actuarial Science, Data Science among others.

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