About the Workshop
Whether you’re only thinking about it being in II Year right now or you’re sure of going next year, you don’t want to miss out on this one!
What if you had a Mentor to guide you through the tedious application process to realise your dream to pursue LLM abroad?
Do you lose sleep over it, and crazy deadlines just add to the anxiety?
Mentorology is bringing to you, a
‘TWO-DAY WORKSHOP ON LLM FROM FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES’ with its super cool Mentors – Pranit Kulkarni who is an LLM Candidate at University of Cambridge and Zubin Sengh who is an LLM graduate from University of California, Davis!
in order to guide you through the ABCs and the XYZs of the whole process!👩🎓🌏
It will not only help you make some crucial decisions but also prepare you to execute the same.
➡️Here’s all that you’ll learn and take away from the workshop:
🔶Deciding whether you want to go for an LLM abroad
🔶Choosing the right Country or University
🔶Doing the right things in law school to make sure you land a place in your dream University
🔶Proceeding with the Application process
🔶Making a killer Statement of Purpose
🔶Obtaining and Sending the right Recommendation Letters
🔶Applying for Scholarships – Do you have the edge to make the cut?
🔶Making the most out of your LLM to land a job in the same country
🔶Planning about what to do after your LLM
Dates: October 31st & November 1st, 2020
Link to Register:https://forms.gle/C5UiUCfo9pnhHQSFA
For more details visitwww.mentorology.in
Mentorology is a pro bono initiative that provides young lawyers and law students with the opportunity to be guided and mentored by successful legal professionals from all spheres of the industry.
We understand how confusing and overwhelming law school can be due to the sheer amount of choices that are thrown on us before we are even able to make ourselves steady. It is why, Mentorology aims at providing a helping hand to the students, especially, the first-generation law students.
We connect law students with professionals who will mentor them in their respective fields, as having someone to look up to and seek advice is of utmost importance during law school.