An Interview with Sramana Mitra: Founder of 1m/1m

An Interview with Sramana Mitra: Founder of 1m/1m

We recently spoke to Sramana Mitra, the founder of One million by One Million a global virtual incubator that aims to nurture a million entrepreneurs to reach a million dollars each in annual revenue and beyond by 2020, thereby creating a trillion dollars in global GDP and ten million jobs. Silicon Valley entrepreneur and strategy consultant Sramana Mitra founded 1M/1M ...

Read More »

Online Law Degree and Courses from top universities around the world

Online Law Degree and Courses from top universities around the world

You must have heard us going on and on about online education in this blog. It makes knowledge more accessible, learning easier, and allows even busy professionals to continue college education in areas of their choice. It is much cheaper than traditional education, sometimes even free. It is often hailed as the future of education, though it is yet to ...

Read More »

How to write cover letters that grab attention

How to write cover letters that grab attention

Want to learn how to write an amazing cover letter? Learn it from Pallavi Pareek, who has sorted them for years in the capacity of an organisational development consultant for some top employers. Over to Pallavi. Ever wondered why you never got that call or email which you should have received after the company looked at your beautifully drafted CV ...

Read More »

Announcement: online diploma course on Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws to bridge the gap between academia and practice of law

Announcement: online diploma course on Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws to bridge the gap between academia and practice of law

NUJS is starting the third batch of its 1-year diploma course (from July, 2013) on Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws in collaboration with iPleaders, a legal education company focussing on making the legal education accessible to entrepreneurs, managers, decision makers, working professionals and law students. What does it take to become a good business lawyer? In order to do well ...

Read More »

How to prepare for day zero interviews

How to prepare for day zero interviews

  So the time of the year is here – day zero interviews at the top law schools in the country. In case you don’t know what that is – you probably need not read this article anyway. The top recruiters of law school students, usually law firms offering salaries in the range of INR 1 lakh per month to ...

Read More »

American Legal Employment Bottleneck and Lessons for the Indian Legal Education System

Written by Abhyudaya Agarwal and Ramanuj Mukherjee Some time back, we wrote about an employment bottleneck in India on this blog. The employment bottleneck essentially comes into existence when despite there being a great demand for good lawyers, the law graduates being pumped out of the education system remain unemployed because they do not possess the requisite level of skills ...

Read More »

Indian Education System: What needs to change?

Indian Education System: What needs to change?

What do we need to change about the Indian Education System? Education has been a problem in our country and lack of it has been blamed for all sorts of evil for hundreds of years. Even Rabindranath Tagore wrote lengthy articles about how Indian education system needs to change.  Funny thing is that from the colonial times, few things have ...

Read More »

Benefits of interning with a startup

Benefits of interning with a startup

(with inputs from Srishti Aishwarya) There are pros and cons of working with a startup. While not everyone will be able to work with a startup as a full time employee for many reasons, it is relatively easier to intern with a startup. Working with a startup comes with significant risks (and associated rewards), but interning with a startup while ...

Read More »

The Great Indian Legal Education-Employment Bottleneck

The Great Indian Legal Education-Employment Bottleneck

(Written by Ramanuj Mukherjee and Abhyudaya Agarwal)  What do lawyers do to make a living? Broadly, they provide different types of solutions to various clients. For a lawyer whose profession is serving clients, having the skill set to serve clients is a fundamental necessity. The necessary skill sets can vary to great extent today, compared to the times before economic ...

Read More »
Earn a diploma from India's top national law school- NUJS, Kolkata. 
CLAIM YOUR FREE STANDARD LEARNING KIT & CAREER CONSULTATION CALL 
Learn More
FREE Learning Kit & Career Consultation