LLM Nepal


evian73

Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.

Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.
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york

I do not know anything about this programs myself. An LLM in Katmandu sounds like an adventure, but I think you should find out more about this school and its program before you apply. You should also ask yourself how this LLM will be beneficial for your further professional life and make sure that the degree is recognized in your country!

I do not know anything about this programs myself. An LLM in Katmandu sounds like an adventure, but I think you should find out more about this school and its program before you apply. You should also ask yourself how this LLM will be beneficial for your further professional life and make sure that the degree is recognized in your country!
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Julius

As far as I know there is some kind of civil war in Nepal as half the country is in the hands of Maoist rebels. I think you should think twice before going there.., my personal opinion. Good luck whatever you decide!

As far as I know there is some kind of civil war in Nepal as half the country is in the hands of Maoist rebels. I think you should think twice before going there.., my personal opinion. Good luck whatever you decide!
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esha

hi there...
i agree..An LLM from Nepal doesnt sounds like a that good idea to me too! An LLM from India or Pak for that matter would be a much better option!
may luck favour u in whatever u opt for....
cheers!

hi there...
i agree..An LLM from Nepal doesnt sounds like a that good idea to me too! An LLM from India or Pak for that matter would be a much better option!
may luck favour u in whatever u opt for....
cheers!
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evian73

Well, I am still interested in the Nepal for my LLM - I really want to go!! I will of course check out the situation before I embark on such a journey - I will take advice from my embassy before I make any serious decisions.

I am still interested to hear from anyone who has embarked on such an adventure or has been to Tibet or Katmandu.

Thanks for the caring replies though, I really appreciate that and I will have a look at India too.

Bye for now, Claudia :)

Well, I am still interested in the Nepal for my LLM - I really want to go!! I will of course check out the situation before I embark on such a journey - I will take advice from my embassy before I make any serious decisions.

I am still interested to hear from anyone who has embarked on such an adventure or has been to Tibet or Katmandu.

Thanks for the caring replies though, I really appreciate that and I will have a look at India too.

Bye for now, Claudia :)
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esha

hi..
why are u so inclined on doing an LL.M from Nepal????
Any particular reasons....?

Cheeers:0)

hi..
why are u so inclined on doing an LL.M from Nepal????
Any particular reasons....?

Cheeers:0)
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I am from nepal. I did a intermediate (2 years), graduate (3 years ) and a 2 years LLM from Tribhuwan University. As far as the recognition of the course is concerned i promise you you wont regret. It is recognised all over the world. Besides, LLm in nepal costs you around 1000$ per year. The course is offered in 5 different streams: commercial , international, criminal, constitutional and environmental law.
The application opens during november-december and there is an entrance exam after the submission of application sometime during december. Results are out during the first week of january and the class resume immediately in mid-january. The instruction is in english. However, every year only two fireign students are accepted under the reservation policy of the Tribhuwan University (government university).
Af far as the conflict and the rebel stories concerns;you do not have to worry about anything. The course is offered in the capital city Kathmandu, which is the most secure place in the south asia! The conflict is going on, i must admit, but in the rural parts and that hardly affects a scholar. Moreover, if you are an international law student, who knows, you may end up writing a dissertation on the international law of war crimes !!!! and you may even get paid.
There is immense job oppertunity for foreign grads with strong english too. there are hundreds of international organisations e.g. UN and others in kathmandu who require your skills.
The cost pf living in Kathmandu is relatively higher that other places in nepal but not higher that any of the places abroad. It will cost you somewhere between 200-300$ per month for accomodation and food as well as transportation. During one month vacation in september, 2 months vacation in november-january and a 15 days vacation in summer, you can even plan an exciting tour to the himalayas or for air sports like para gliding, mountaineering, hiking, bicycling, marathon, sight seeing and many more.
As far why in nepal? I finished a llm there and now i am doing a postgraduate course in california. I intend to appear for the californian bar exam in february and believe i learnt a lot from what i studied.
The mode of examination in in eglish as well as the instruction, the classes are taught in a seminar method with open discussions between professors, students and resource persons. The exam however may be tough for some given a 4 hour exam with 6 mandatory essay questions to solve.
The mandatory course for all LLM in Comparative Jurispurdence and Legal research. You may specialise in any stream among the five mentioned above. The courses offered are world class and incomparable. After you do this LLm you will feel that you have really learnt some philosophy of the law in depth!
The city is alive all the time. The party animals can have their best time as well as the casino addicts. The grass is browner rather than greener there but its the best you can get! ( I know, i got your attention here, common a lawyer needs to be near to the nature!). Movie freaks need not worry since world releases are made in 3 theaters in kathmandu so you wont miss a thing.
Any queries: email me guys. I love my law school and i would surely want you to be there!
Kathmandu Rocks!

I am from nepal. I did a intermediate (2 years), graduate (3 years ) and a 2 years LLM from Tribhuwan University. As far as the recognition of the course is concerned i promise you you wont regret. It is recognised all over the world. Besides, LLm in nepal costs you around 1000$ per year. The course is offered in 5 different streams: commercial , international, criminal, constitutional and environmental law.
The application opens during november-december and there is an entrance exam after the submission of application sometime during december. Results are out during the first week of january and the class resume immediately in mid-january. The instruction is in english. However, every year only two fireign students are accepted under the reservation policy of the Tribhuwan University (government university).
Af far as the conflict and the rebel stories concerns;you do not have to worry about anything. The course is offered in the capital city Kathmandu, which is the most secure place in the south asia! The conflict is going on, i must admit, but in the rural parts and that hardly affects a scholar. Moreover, if you are an international law student, who knows, you may end up writing a dissertation on the international law of war crimes !!!! and you may even get paid.
There is immense job oppertunity for foreign grads with strong english too. there are hundreds of international organisations e.g. UN and others in kathmandu who require your skills.
The cost pf living in Kathmandu is relatively higher that other places in nepal but not higher that any of the places abroad. It will cost you somewhere between 200-300$ per month for accomodation and food as well as transportation. During one month vacation in september, 2 months vacation in november-january and a 15 days vacation in summer, you can even plan an exciting tour to the himalayas or for air sports like para gliding, mountaineering, hiking, bicycling, marathon, sight seeing and many more.
As far why in nepal? I finished a llm there and now i am doing a postgraduate course in california. I intend to appear for the californian bar exam in february and believe i learnt a lot from what i studied.
The mode of examination in in eglish as well as the instruction, the classes are taught in a seminar method with open discussions between professors, students and resource persons. The exam however may be tough for some given a 4 hour exam with 6 mandatory essay questions to solve.
The mandatory course for all LLM in Comparative Jurispurdence and Legal research. You may specialise in any stream among the five mentioned above. The courses offered are world class and incomparable. After you do this LLm you will feel that you have really learnt some philosophy of the law in depth!
The city is alive all the time. The party animals can have their best time as well as the casino addicts. The grass is browner rather than greener there but its the best you can get! ( I know, i got your attention here, common a lawyer needs to be near to the nature!). Movie freaks need not worry since world releases are made in 3 theaters in kathmandu so you wont miss a thing.
Any queries: email me guys. I love my law school and i would surely want you to be there!
Kathmandu Rocks!
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suraj

Dear: claudia
Nepal would surely be a very nice place if u wanna to have LLM from Tribhuvan University as I feel like one of the emerging places of the year in south ASIA to learn Law and Philosophy in depth -if not better than the others.

I would love to receive your emails if u need any guidance or help in terms of.

Regrads,
Suraj from Washington U.College of Law

Dear: claudia
Nepal would surely be a very nice place if u wanna to have LLM from Tribhuvan University as I feel like one of the emerging places of the year in south ASIA to learn Law and Philosophy in depth -if not better than the others.

I would love to receive your emails if u need any guidance or help in terms of.

Regrads,
Suraj from Washington U.College of Law

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suraj

Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.

<blockquote>Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.</blockquote>
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Mohan

Hi Claudia!
I m very glad to know that you are interested to take LLM degree from Nepal. As you mentioned LLM from Kathamdne, ya there are two renounce institutes - Kathmandu School of Law and Nepal Law Campus situated in to the Kathmandu vally. As your interest in Human Rights and Criminal Justice both are availabel here !you just contact me for any further detali and question, as I already completed my LLM degree from here and I may help you further!

Regards,
Mohan
Kathmandu, Nepal

Hi Claudia!
I m very glad to know that you are interested to take LLM degree from Nepal. As you mentioned LLM from Kathamdne, ya there are two renounce institutes - Kathmandu School of Law and Nepal Law Campus situated in to the Kathmandu vally. As your interest in Human Rights and Criminal Justice both are availabel here !you just contact me for any further detali and question, as I already completed my LLM degree from here and I may help you further!

Regards,
Mohan
Kathmandu, Nepal
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Inactive User

Hello Claudia

I myself did my LLB in UK. I was an exchange student at The university of Maine. I practised as a barrister in Mauritius for seven years and now I am in the Seychelles and planning to specialise in ICT law to be able to work as a consultant over the African region.
You have to follow your heart!!! it will bring you to Nepal a wonderful place and a wonderful people from what we see on CNN and BBC e.t.c.

Good Luck
Kishore

Hello Claudia

I myself did my LLB in UK. I was an exchange student at The university of Maine. I practised as a barrister in Mauritius for seven years and now I am in the Seychelles and planning to specialise in ICT law to be able to work as a consultant over the African region.
You have to follow your heart!!! it will bring you to Nepal a wonderful place and a wonderful people from what we see on CNN and BBC e.t.c.

Good Luck
Kishore
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Hang in there guys,
Theres more to see about Nepal.
May be slaying of the king's head as in france in the days to come. But after that, i guarantee you, that Kathymandu will definetily be AWESOME!!!!

GOOD LUCK

P.S. tRAVEL wARNING: DO NOT GO TO NEPAL NOW !!!!!

Hang in there guys,
Theres more to see about Nepal.
May be slaying of the king's head as in france in the days to come. But after that, i guarantee you, that Kathymandu will definetily be AWESOME!!!!

GOOD LUCK

P.S. tRAVEL wARNING: DO NOT GO TO NEPAL NOW !!!!!
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s_ushil

Hi any one who are interested to do LL.M. in Nepal
Can join in Kathmandu School of Law which offeres LL.M. in threee different field. They are human right, criminal law and business law. And it has recently announced for its enrollment. Hurry up !

Now Nepal's insurgency is almost settled and is completely safe. Another thing, even during when the Maoist coflict was on pick, not a single foreigner or tourist was ever hurt by them. So that all travel advisory and other internet rumers were not only false but also misleading.

Have a Good luck

Sushil

Hi any one who are interested to do LL.M. in Nepal
Can join in Kathmandu School of Law which offeres LL.M. in threee different field. They are human right, criminal law and business law. And it has recently announced for its enrollment. Hurry up !

Now Nepal's insurgency is almost settled and is completely safe. Another thing, even during when the Maoist coflict was on pick, not a single foreigner or tourist was ever hurt by them. So that all travel advisory and other internet rumers were not only false but also misleading.

Have a Good luck

Sushil
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s_ushil

Hi Claudia.

If you are interested to join LL.M. in criminal based on Human right, Kathmandu School of Law would be appropriate. Its Criminal Law and Justice is human right based LL.M. program. you will find fair trial and and crminology, juvenile justice in the course.
The admission has been recently ope so you can contact now.

Sushil


Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.

Hi Claudia.

If you are interested to join LL.M. in criminal based on Human right, Kathmandu School of Law would be appropriate. Its Criminal Law and Justice is human right based LL.M. program. you will find fair trial and and crminology, juvenile justice in the course.
The admission has been recently ope so you can contact now.

Sushil


<blockquote>Hi there. I am interested in taking an LLM in Nepal after my BVC next year.

I know absolutely nothing about the course or how well it is repsected internationally, particularly here in the UK.

Can anyone tell me something about the LLMs from Katmandu - I am interested in General LLM, Human Rights and Criminal Justice...

I would appreciate any advice whatsoever!

Kind regards,

Claudia.</blockquote>
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I

Hi,
I was reading through the posts and see that a number of replies come from Nepalis who have a law degree. I'm currently doing a Bachlors in Huamn Rights and law in Canada. I would like to train to be a lawyer and so am looking at my options for an LLB. Do you suggest that I come back to Nepal and do my LLB so that I gain an understanding of the law in Nepal? Is it practical to come back to Nepal with an LLB from outside and work there ? Also how is the LLB course in the Kathmandu School of Law? Is it delivered in both Nepali and English or is that just an option when writting exams? And we're in the subjects if you know scholarhsips particularly to the U.K and Eu fro the international human rights law programs please let me know too.
Thank you for your help. Hope all is well in nepal if you're there or where ever you are elsewhere.

Hi,
I was reading through the posts and see that a number of replies come from Nepalis who have a law degree. I'm currently doing a Bachlors in Huamn Rights and law in Canada. I would like to train to be a lawyer and so am looking at my options for an LLB. Do you suggest that I come back to Nepal and do my LLB so that I gain an understanding of the law in Nepal? Is it practical to come back to Nepal with an LLB from outside and work there ? Also how is the LLB course in the Kathmandu School of Law? Is it delivered in both Nepali and English or is that just an option when writting exams? And we're in the subjects if you know scholarhsips particularly to the U.K and Eu fro the international human rights law programs please let me know too.
Thank you for your help. Hope all is well in nepal if you're there or where ever you are elsewhere.
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Sangroula

LLM in Kathmandu School of Law is a well recognized program in Asia. Kathmandu School of Law is a partenr institution of a Consortium which conducts the Asia Pacific MA program in Human Rights and Democratization. Kathmandu Schoo of Law is working togethher with university like Sydeny. In the past, there have been students from Europe who have completed LLM from KSL. Many people have bad impression about Nepal. Nepal is now working fine. You can know about his college from its wesite www.ksl.edu.np

Well, I am still interested in the Nepal for my LLM - I really want to go!! I will of course check out the situation before I embark on such a journey - I will take advice from my embassy before I make any serious decisions.

I am still interested to hear from anyone who has embarked on such an adventure or has been to Tibet or Katmandu.

Thanks for the caring replies though, I really appreciate that and I will have a look at India too.

Bye for now, Claudia :)

LLM in Kathmandu School of Law is a well recognized program in Asia. Kathmandu School of Law is a partenr institution of a Consortium which conducts the Asia Pacific MA program in Human Rights and Democratization. Kathmandu Schoo of Law is working togethher with university like Sydeny. In the past, there have been students from Europe who have completed LLM from KSL. Many people have bad impression about Nepal. Nepal is now working fine. You can know about his college from its wesite www.ksl.edu.np
<blockquote>Well, I am still interested in the Nepal for my LLM - I really want to go!! I will of course check out the situation before I embark on such a journey - I will take advice from my embassy before I make any serious decisions.

I am still interested to hear from anyone who has embarked on such an adventure or has been to Tibet or Katmandu.

Thanks for the caring replies though, I really appreciate that and I will have a look at India too.

Bye for now, Claudia :)</blockquote>
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Sangroula

LL.B. in Kathmandu School of Law is one of the most prestegious course in South Asia, rather yoo can say in Asia. Its students had been second in position in moot court competititon held in Japan this year. Course are offered in English. It is afive years course. The detail is available in www.ksl.edu.np

Hi,
I was reading through the posts and see that a number of replies come from Nepalis who have a law degree. I'm currently doing a Bachlors in Huamn Rights and law in Canada. I would like to train to be a lawyer and so am looking at my options for an LLB. Do you suggest that I come back to Nepal and do my LLB so that I gain an understanding of the law in Nepal? Is it practical to come back to Nepal with an LLB from outside and work there ? Also how is the LLB course in the Kathmandu School of Law? Is it delivered in both Nepali and English or is that just an option when writting exams? And we're in the subjects if you know scholarhsips particularly to the U.K and Eu fro the international human rights law programs please let me know too.
Thank you for your help. Hope all is well in nepal if you're there or where ever you are elsewhere.

LL.B. in Kathmandu School of Law is one of the most prestegious course in South Asia, rather yoo can say in Asia. Its students had been second in position in moot court competititon held in Japan this year. Course are offered in English. It is afive years course. The detail is available in www.ksl.edu.np

<blockquote>Hi,
I was reading through the posts and see that a number of replies come from Nepalis who have a law degree. I'm currently doing a Bachlors in Huamn Rights and law in Canada. I would like to train to be a lawyer and so am looking at my options for an LLB. Do you suggest that I come back to Nepal and do my LLB so that I gain an understanding of the law in Nepal? Is it practical to come back to Nepal with an LLB from outside and work there ? Also how is the LLB course in the Kathmandu School of Law? Is it delivered in both Nepali and English or is that just an option when writting exams? And we're in the subjects if you know scholarhsips particularly to the U.K and Eu fro the international human rights law programs please let me know too.
Thank you for your help. Hope all is well in nepal if you're there or where ever you are elsewhere.</blockquote>
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Sangroula

Hi Santosh,
Hope that you have not forgotten me. In KSL the form is opened round the year. What is announed is the last date of submission of the application. The entrance exam is bit tough. The quota for foreigners is not available in KSL. Up to 25 students are taken each of three programs. From this year, the competeion is bit tough number of students from out of Nepal is increased.

I am from nepal. I did a intermediate (2 years), graduate (3 years ) and a 2 years LLM from Tribhuwan University. As far as the recognition of the course is concerned i promise you you wont regret. It is recognised all over the world. Besides, LLm in nepal costs you around 1000$ per year. The course is offered in 5 different streams: commercial , international, criminal, constitutional and environmental law.
The application opens during november-december and there is an entrance exam after the submission of application sometime during december. Results are out during the first week of january and the class resume immediately in mid-january. The instruction is in english. However, every year only two fireign students are accepted under the reservation policy of the Tribhuwan University (government university).
Af far as the conflict and the rebel stories concerns;you do not have to worry about anything. The course is offered in the capital city Kathmandu, which is the most secure place in the south asia! The conflict is going on, i must admit, but in the rural parts and that hardly affects a scholar. Moreover, if you are an international law student, who knows, you may end up writing a dissertation on the international law of war crimes !!!! and you may even get paid.
There is immense job oppertunity for foreign grads with strong english too. there are hundreds of international organisations e.g. UN and others in kathmandu who require your skills.
The cost pf living in Kathmandu is relatively higher that other places in nepal but not higher that any of the places abroad. It will cost you somewhere between 200-300$ per month for accomodation and food as well as transportation. During one month vacation in september, 2 months vacation in november-january and a 15 days vacation in summer, you can even plan an exciting tour to the himalayas or for air sports like para gliding, mountaineering, hiking, bicycling, marathon, sight seeing and many more.
As far why in nepal? I finished a llm there and now i am doing a postgraduate course in california. I intend to appear for the californian bar exam in february and believe i learnt a lot from what i studied.
The mode of examination in in eglish as well as the instruction, the classes are taught in a seminar method with open discussions between professors, students and resource persons. The exam however may be tough for some given a 4 hour exam with 6 mandatory essay questions to solve.
The mandatory course for all LLM in Comparative Jurispurdence and Legal research. You may specialise in any stream among the five mentioned above. The courses offered are world class and incomparable. After you do this LLm you will feel that you have really learnt some philosophy of the law in depth!
The city is alive all the time. The party animals can have their best time as well as the casino addicts. The grass is browner rather than greener there but its the best you can get! ( I know, i got your attention here, common a lawyer needs to be near to the nature!). Movie freaks need not worry since world releases are made in 3 theaters in kathmandu so you wont miss a thing.
Any queries: email me guys. I love my law school and i would surely want you to be there!
Kathmandu Rocks!

Hi Santosh,
Hope that you have not forgotten me. In KSL the form is opened round the year. What is announed is the last date of submission of the application. The entrance exam is bit tough. The quota for foreigners is not available in KSL. Up to 25 students are taken each of three programs. From this year, the competeion is bit tough number of students from out of Nepal is increased.
<blockquote>I am from nepal. I did a intermediate (2 years), graduate (3 years ) and a 2 years LLM from Tribhuwan University. As far as the recognition of the course is concerned i promise you you wont regret. It is recognised all over the world. Besides, LLm in nepal costs you around 1000$ per year. The course is offered in 5 different streams: commercial , international, criminal, constitutional and environmental law.
The application opens during november-december and there is an entrance exam after the submission of application sometime during december. Results are out during the first week of january and the class resume immediately in mid-january. The instruction is in english. However, every year only two fireign students are accepted under the reservation policy of the Tribhuwan University (government university).
Af far as the conflict and the rebel stories concerns;you do not have to worry about anything. The course is offered in the capital city Kathmandu, which is the most secure place in the south asia! The conflict is going on, i must admit, but in the rural parts and that hardly affects a scholar. Moreover, if you are an international law student, who knows, you may end up writing a dissertation on the international law of war crimes !!!! and you may even get paid.
There is immense job oppertunity for foreign grads with strong english too. there are hundreds of international organisations e.g. UN and others in kathmandu who require your skills.
The cost pf living in Kathmandu is relatively higher that other places in nepal but not higher that any of the places abroad. It will cost you somewhere between 200-300$ per month for accomodation and food as well as transportation. During one month vacation in september, 2 months vacation in november-january and a 15 days vacation in summer, you can even plan an exciting tour to the himalayas or for air sports like para gliding, mountaineering, hiking, bicycling, marathon, sight seeing and many more.
As far why in nepal? I finished a llm there and now i am doing a postgraduate course in california. I intend to appear for the californian bar exam in february and believe i learnt a lot from what i studied.
The mode of examination in in eglish as well as the instruction, the classes are taught in a seminar method with open discussions between professors, students and resource persons. The exam however may be tough for some given a 4 hour exam with 6 mandatory essay questions to solve.
The mandatory course for all LLM in Comparative Jurispurdence and Legal research. You may specialise in any stream among the five mentioned above. The courses offered are world class and incomparable. After you do this LLm you will feel that you have really learnt some philosophy of the law in depth!
The city is alive all the time. The party animals can have their best time as well as the casino addicts. The grass is browner rather than greener there but its the best you can get! ( I know, i got your attention here, common a lawyer needs to be near to the nature!). Movie freaks need not worry since world releases are made in 3 theaters in kathmandu so you wont miss a thing.
Any queries: email me guys. I love my law school and i would surely want you to be there!
Kathmandu Rocks!</blockquote>
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Legal academia in Asia region has been making nexus with the Asian Society from time to time, but Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal has given the capacity to Asian people to intrude in an unprecedented manner into legal arena with the values of Asian Culture, tradition and other mores in relating to jurisprudence.
Really, the establishment of Kathmandu School of Law (KSL) is not only the commitment of the protection and promotion of Human Rights, but also sincere and broad afford in the field of Business and International Law as well as comparative study of Criminal Justice Systems of the world. KSL 's mandate to be primarily responsible for formulating and implementing plans and programs: preparing Legal Report, conducting surveys, studies and research; disseminating information and carrying out publicity; monitoring and evaluating programs; developing legal human resources; and acting as a national and international focal point in the domain of human rights, business law and environment as well.
Various activities conducted by KSL are extending greatly in understanding legal and institutional shortcomings towards the effective implementation in the burning Human Rights, Business Law and Environmental issues in the world. It is done through such assessments to identify the gaps in the accessibility to laws, institutions and practices, which can be identified and targeted for advocacy and reforms in legal field. LL.M. programs run by KSL are not only meeting the need of the law students, but also of the legal experts. So, there is no doubt KSL as an eminent institution is capable to address all burning issues in South Asia.
Overall, LL.M. Programs running in Kathmandu School of Law are comparatively conducive for promoting access to critical legal information whereas no adequate efforts have been made by other respective legal institutions and other stakeholders and thus effectiveness of the implementation enshrined in the goal of this institution is supporting access to information, is so effective by facilitating access to information in most of the legal cases are found to be better than that of the other institutions.
Lawyer BRB
Washington

Legal academia in Asia region has been making nexus with the Asian Society from time to time, but Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal has given the capacity to Asian people to intrude in an unprecedented manner into legal arena with the values of Asian Culture, tradition and other mores in relating to jurisprudence.
Really, the establishment of Kathmandu School of Law (KSL) is not only the commitment of the protection and promotion of Human Rights, but also sincere and broad afford in the field of Business and International Law as well as comparative study of Criminal Justice Systems of the world. KSL 's mandate to be primarily responsible for formulating and implementing plans and programs: preparing Legal Report, conducting surveys, studies and research; disseminating information and carrying out publicity; monitoring and evaluating programs; developing legal human resources; and acting as a national and international focal point in the domain of human rights, business law and environment as well.
Various activities conducted by KSL are extending greatly in understanding legal and institutional shortcomings towards the effective implementation in the burning Human Rights, Business Law and Environmental issues in the world. It is done through such assessments to identify the gaps in the accessibility to laws, institutions and practices, which can be identified and targeted for advocacy and reforms in legal field. LL.M. programs run by KSL are not only meeting the need of the law students, but also of the legal experts. So, there is no doubt KSL as an eminent institution is capable to address all burning issues in South Asia.
Overall, LL.M. Programs running in Kathmandu School of Law are comparatively conducive for promoting access to critical legal information whereas no adequate efforts have been made by other respective legal institutions and other stakeholders and thus effectiveness of the implementation enshrined in the goal of this institution is supporting access to information, is so effective by facilitating access to information in most of the legal cases are found to be better than that of the other institutions.
Lawyer BRB
Washington

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