Bengaluru: The Indian National Bar Association, an organisation of over 20000 lawyers, is organising 'LLM India Fair 2017' in Bengaluru on May 5. The fair aims at providing the perfect platform for scores of aspiring Indian law graduates on one hand and globally reputed law schools and universities from continental America, Europe and Australia to meet and explore mutually and academically beneficial avenues of learning and growth.
Law universities and schools will demonstrate their academic syllabus and streams, illustrious faculty and highly acclaimed programmes to a house full of law students who are desirous of seeking overseas admissions and getting their dreams fulfilled. The entry to the event as a visitor is free for the students, faculty members and parents.
Following 15 universities are participating in the fair:
United States of America:
UCLA School of Law
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University
American University Washington College of Law
University of California Hastings College of the Law
UC Davis School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
Queen Mary University of London
University of Southampton
Birmingham Law School
Manchester Metropolitan University
The University of Western Australia
The University of New South Wales
The Australian National University
Auckland Law School
The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Kaviraj Singh, Secretary-General, Indian National Bar Association, said, "This is a platform for the students and universities across the
globe to come together on a same platform and help the students. The fair in Delhi and Bengaluru will help the students at a great level."