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RGNUL places 6 out of 70 graduates in desk jobs, 18 go lit, 12 LLM, some to bench

RGNUL: LLMs are popular
RGNUL: LLMs are popular

RGNUL Patiala placed six out of 70 students who graduated this year with two law firms including Big Six firm JSA, a corporate house and an LPO. Four other graduates secured law firm and corporate house roles, and a chamber junior position in the Supreme Court through their independent initiative.

One graduate gained entry to the Rajasthan lower judiciary.

33 graduates opted for litigation careers, LLMs, the judiciary and India’s defence services. One graduate secured the Rajiv Gandhi Research Assistant to Legislators fellowship and one secured a judicial clerkship.

30 students participated in campus placement activities in which JSA and Chir Amrit Law Chambers Jaipur were the only firms visiting campus, alongside corporate house Trident and the LPO Quislex.

18 graduates pursued litigation careers, 12 obtained LLM admissions, one entered the Rajasthan lower judiciary and two were selected to undergo training at the Indian Military Academy (IMA) and the Officer’s Training Academy (OTA).

In RGNUL’s 2013 graduating batch 13 students were placed from campus; 15 graduates of the 2012 batch secured law firm roles while 23 joined court practice that year.

At the three top colleges, Big Six law firm jobs made up 25 out of 42 jobs bagged by NLSIU 2014 graduates, 25 out of 72 jobs bagged by NUJS 2014 graduates, and 26 out of 71 jobs bagged by Nalsar 2014 graduates.

None of the Big Six visited HNLU’s campus where 29 out of 81 graduates secured jobs, while RMLNLU set a new institutional record with 45 jobs for its 150 graduates this year, and NUALS placed one-third of its 2014 graduates.

Editor’s note: We are reaching out to other 2014 recruitment committees who have now graduated. We remain hopeful that NLU Delhi, GNLU Gandhinagar, Christ Bangalore, NLIU Bhopal and NLU Jodhpur will disclose soon. Please get in touch with us at to arrange sharing the final figures.

Law firms

Four graduates secured roles with four law firms including JSA and one bagged an internship with Trilegal.

Law firm

Jobs

J. Sagar Associates

1

Chir Amrit Law Chambers, Jaipur

1

APJ-SLG Law Offices

1 (off campus)

Athena Law Associates

1 (off campus)

Trilegal (Internship)

1 (off campus)

Corporates and LPO

Delloite recruited one graduate through the graduate’s independent initiative and Trident recruited two graduates through campus. Quislex recruited two graduates through campus.

LLM and Masters

One graduate obtained admission to the University of Hamburg and also secured the Angela Merkel scholarship for 100 per cent funding of his LLM. One graduate who secured a role with APJ-SLG Law Offices also gained admission to MBA for 2016 at ISB Hyderabad.

Institute

Student

University of Hamburg

1 (With Angela Merkel Scholarship)

New York University

1

Oxford University

1

NLUs

9

ISB Hyderabad

1

Courts

Junior to AOR

1

High courts

12

Trial courts

6

Judicial clerkship

1

To be appointed in Rajasthan district judiciary

1

RGNUL Patiala full placement statistics for the class of 2014

Name of the Organization

No. Of acceptance

J Sagar Associates

1

Trilegal (Internship)

1

Delloite, India

1

Chir Amrit Law Chambers, Jaipur

1

Trident, India

2

APJ-SLG Law Offices

1

Athena Law Associates

1

Quislex, Legal Process Excellence

2

Judical Clerkship

1

Junior to Advocate on Record

1

Indian Military Academy

1

Officers Training Academy

1

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