The Man Lachs trophy returns to its true home in Bangalore again from AustraliaThe Man Lachs trophy returns to its true home in Bangalore again from Australia

NLSIU Bangalore mooters Sharan Bhavnani, Karan Dhalla and Hrishika Jain have won the Manfred Lachs International Space Law in Australia for the first time in five years.

The team also picked up the best memorandum award.

NLSIU won the national and Asia Pacific rounds for the moot last year.

NLSIU had won the Lachs in 2012, and won the Manfred Lachs finals in Korea in 2009.

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Like +2 Object -8 NLU Stud 28 Sep 17, 15:42
And Legally India continues to glorify NLSIU.
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Like +11 Object -2 Guest 28 Sep 17, 18:28  interesting
They won. You do know that. A fact is reported. If it glorifies the institute, then it happens in your mind and not by the fact of the report.
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Like +2 Object -4 Guest 28 Sep 17, 17:28
Legally India is right to highlight this, but wrong to black out negative stories about NLSIU.
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Like +1 Object -1 Guest 28 Sep 17, 18:29
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I can remember quite a few over the last 5/6 years that have been reported by LI.
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Like +5 Object -4 CR7 28 Sep 17, 22:35
And they said the standards are falling at nls..
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Like +4 Object -2 Jackal 03 Oct 17, 11:19
Only 5 comments, brings to light the lack of enthusiasm about mooting these days. I remember during the late 2000s/early 2010s the comments section will be flooded on every piece related to moots. A news such as this would easily generate over 100 comments. I guess the law school world is a very different place now a days.
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