IN comparison to the jindal's law with UPES and Nirma i would like to point out a small basic thing which is the entrance way... fr upes we have ulsat entrance exams n fr nirma its clat ranking where as in jindal... the main criteria of getting into college is just pay5 lakh per year n the college will take any student... this tell about the quality......
If by "BEST" you mean infrastructure, faculty, exposure, student care and guests visits, I will rank Symbiosis and Amity Law school (Private) as the best ones
Jindal is also fairly good if you can pay 5 lacs per year, but i think rather than paying 5 lacs per year you can join some other institute and pay the money for something more useful.
You are clearly misinforming readers of these forums. Jindal has the LSAT! And they offer considerable scholarships which reduces the financial burden of the fees. Moreover, a person may take a loan. Anyway, my point is, stop misinforming prospective students!
Watch your words when you write something on a public forum.
I too believe, comparing academic institutions is not a wise thing and every law school has its own strengths and weaknesses.
The discussion was regarding best private law schools and I have given my opinion regardless of fees and scholarships.
The prospective students (law aspirants) are among the smartest kids in the country, I believe and they have access to all the information available in public domain and they can take a decision without my advice.
Please do consider before making a 'retard' comment that someone on legallyindia may be a person with a decade of experience in legal education.