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Jindal-Global-Law-School Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) and White & Case have entered into a formalised but non-exclusive tie-up to offer internships and knowledge partnerships.

image Exclusive: Bangalore’s Christ College of Law inaugural recruitment committee has managed to place 22 out of 52 of its first batch of students into law firms, corporate houses and LPOs, while four students opted for LLMs overseas.

Exclusive: The CNLU Patna hunger strike ended on Tuesday after assurances from Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA) of a meeting with the Chief Minister, and two law firms and a journal visited the campus to recruit, according to a student.

All India Bar Exam (AIBE) candidates can now apply for the online for the exam.

Nalsar-hyderabad Exclusive: Nalsar Hyderabad held its first day of recruitments for the 2012 graduating batch one week after NLSIU with Luthra emerging as top recruiter followed by Amarchand, AZB, Khaitan, Trilegal and Allen & Overy.

examination-hall_by_comedy-nose The next All India Bar Exam (AIBE) will take place on 26 June 2011 for those re-taking the first exam and new candidates, said the Bar Council of India (BCI) today in a statement, adding that certificates of practice were in the process of being prepared.

image Exclusive: The CNLU Patna hunger strike has entered its third day as protesting students demand a meeting with Bihar’s chief minister (CM) hoping to improve the placement process for future batches.

CNLU Patna students are reportedly protesting against the limited job prospects offered by the national law school.

Nalsar-hyderabadExclusive: Nalsar Hyderabad’s recruitment committee has hit a 100 per cent placement target, finishing its recruitment season with 16 in-house offers, four offers from international firms and eight choosing to study LLMs abroad.

NLSIU-Bangalore-LibraryExclusive: Seven law firms have swooped on NLSIU Bangalore campus and students earlier than ever, with 29 students due to graduate in 2012 having accepted law firm jobs.

BCI-Gopal-SubramaniumjpgExclusive: The second All India Bar Exam (AIBE) was likely to take place on 12 June 2011, said Bar Council of India (BCI) chairman Gopal Subramanium last week, offering re-takes for the 5,700-odd candidates who failed the first exam or those who did not register or sit for the first exam.

examination-hall_by_comedy-nose Most candidates in the All India Bar Exam (AIBE) scored only 10 marks short of failing, reveal the Bar Council of India’s (BCI) detailed statistics published today. Almost 82 per cent of graduates taking the test in English passed but a staggering two thirds sitting the exam in Gujarati or Kannada failed, with Gujarat and Karnataka as states also seeing the lowest pass rates between 42 and 55 per cent respectively.

The All India Bar Exam (AIBE) in Chennai, which was originally slated for 6 March but postponed to 27 March due to local unrest, has again been postponed to an undecided future date due to Tamil Nadu legislative assembly elections.

image ICFAI law school Dehradun final year student Abhishek Bose has penned a fictional account of a law student’s life and love on campus with his first novel Legally, Lovingly Yours (LLY), which was published last week.

Just over 71 per cent of candidates passed the first All India Bar Exam (AIBE), according to a Bar Council of India (BCI) press release, which would mean roughly 6,300 graduates enrolled for the exam would have to retake it including Chennai graduates.

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