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Pulkit Mogra is a PhD in Law candidate at the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Law, Technology and Society.

He obtained an LL.M. from Tel Aviv University in 2019 with a specialization in Law and Technology. Pulkit obtained his bachelor’s degree in law from O.P. Jindal Global University, India. After obtaining an LL.M., Pulkit worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India, where he undertook teaching and research.

Shardool Kulkarni is an LL.M. candidate specializing in International Law and Human Rights at Tel Aviv University. After obtaining his bachelor's degree in law from SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law, University of Mumbai, in 2019, he worked as a Junior Advocate in the Chambers of Dr. Abhinav Chandrachud.

About the session


What's covered in this session

  • Process for university/course selection

  • Pros and Cons of attending Tel Aviv University 

  • The COVID-19 situation in Tel Aviv

  • Specialization tracks offered at Tel Aviv University 

  • Factors to consider while choosing your specialization 

  • Duration and structure of the LLM program 

  • Evaluation methods followed by the university during the academic year 

  • Size and diversity of the LLM cohort 

  • Field trips and guest lectures 

  • A day in the life of an LLM candidate 

  • Accommodation for graduate students 

  • The university campus 

  • What's the impact of having an Israeli visa on your passport? 

  • Is Tel Aviv safe for students? 

  • Adjusting to the life and culture in Tel Aviv as an international student

  • Post-LLM opportunities 

  • Advice to future applicants 

  • Do you need work experience before applying?