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22 November 2019
Law schools

A number of students collectively calling themselves “Students’ Body National Law University Delhi” sent an email to Singh, the VC and the convenor of the VC selection committee, with a three-page attachment outlining what they would like from a new VC.

21 November 2019
Law schools

The next Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) will take place on 10 May 2020 with 25-40% fewer questions and revised undergraduate test patterns to reduce the “mental stress” of law school aspirants, according to the decision made by the CLAT Consortium of national law schools today.

06 November 2019
Law schools

Around 13 graduates of a number of national law universities (NLUs) have started an initiative called the CAN Foundation, which is short for Confederation of Alumni for National Law Universities.

30 October 2019
Law schools

Dushyant Chautala, a 2018 LLM (Professional) graduate of NLU Delhi, has become deputy chief minister of the state of Haryana, as possibly the first national law university (post-)graduate to have done so.

29 October 2019
Law schools

The administration of Army Institute of Law (AIL) Mohali has accepted several student demands, with students having now constituted an interim representative body and having been promised more student participation in the running of the college.

21 October 2019
Law schools

JGLS Sonepat has launched a three-year “BA Honours Programme in Legal Studies” (LS), a course concept borrowed from the United States and the first-of-its-kind in India.

11 October 2019
Law schools

As we had first reported late last month, NLU Delhi had begun looking for a new vice chancellor (VC), in what will no doubt be one of the most hotly-contested jobs in the field.

04 October 2019
Law schools

Still flying high after his barnstorming speech on Sunday at the NLSIU Bangalore convocation, Bar Council of India (BCI) chairman Manan Kumar Mishra has stood up for the noble profession yet again and hit back at the government, which has floated an oft-attempted but never-achieved proposal that would drastically shake up legal education in the country.

01 October 2019
Law schools

NLSIU vice-chancellor (VC) Prof Sudhir Krishnaswamy has had his hands full since finally joining the college where he had completed his undergrad just over 20 years ago.