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Students
August 24, 2020

Self-Learning Guide to How & Where of Publications on PhD Thesis

Publication from PhDthesis is one of the most crucial academic objectives to be complied by...

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Legal Research
August 18, 2020

Understanding Meaning & Purpose of Research Degree in India & Abroad (LL.M, J.D, S.J.D., M.Phil, PhD)

J.D. stands for Juris Doctor or  Doctor of Jurisprudence. This is the first primary level...

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Legal Research
August 14, 2020

Developing Statement of Problem (SOP) & Its Salient Aspects in Legal Research

The SOP meaning a researcher's understanding or perspective including the description of  the research problems...

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LEGAL EDUCATION
Case Studies, Legal Research
August 10, 2020

Most Commonly Used Citation Style Guide from Blue Book, APA & the Indian Citation Guide with Illustrations

Legal citation is cardinal to authentic and credible legal research and legal writing. The main...

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Case Studies, Legal Research
July 27, 2020

LL.M Applications 101: What is the secret to a successful resume?

When I first dabbled with the idea of pursuing an LL.M. abroad, I wasn’t particularly...

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Legal Research
July 22, 2020

Understanding & formulating Hypothesis in Qualitative & Quantitative Research

Derivation & Meaning of Hypothesis The term Hypothesis is derived from the words namely "Hypo...

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CLAT
July 17, 2020

Preparation for CLAT in the Remaining Days

CLAT was supposed to be conducted on the second Sunday of May but because of...

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Students, Webinar
July 13, 2020

Helpful Webinars for Law Aspirants and First Year Law Students

A webinar is an online version of a seminar. Law schools frequently used to organise...

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