Carving a space in the Indian law firm: A case for the part time teaching modelFebruary 6 2012
In the first article under the Working Title series, we get Harvard graduate Shreya Rao to discuss the pros and cons of teaching in a law school, whether it is a feasible option while simultaneously working at a corporate law firm and why teaching should get a lot more attention than it currently does.
“Love” doesn’t seem to get half as much priority as it should in work . . .
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