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Nalsar Day Zero 2016: 41 placed in most sought after firms, mostly through PPOs

Nalsar wins 41 Day 0 jobs
Nalsar wins 41 Day 0 jobs

Nalsar Hyderabad placed 41 students on Day Zero of campus placements for its LLB class of 2017, with all the “Big Seven” firms except JSA, foreign firms Allen & Overy, Linklaters and Herbert Smith Freehills, and five other recruiters.

Pre-placement offers (PPO) made up for the maximum source of jobs on offer  – 23.

Big Seven

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas hired the most number of students (10) out of all recruiters, followed by Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (6), Luthra & Luthra (5), Trilegal (4), AZB & Partners (3) and Khaitan & Co (2).

Foreign firms

Two students each bagged A&O’s and Linklaters’ vacation schemes, and one bagged Herbert Smith’s.

Others

S&R Associates and Nishith Desai Associates were the other big law firms to participate in the 6 April Day Zero. Finsec law Advisors and Zehn Legal were the smaller firms. JM Financial was the only company.

Entity

No. of PPOs

No. of Accepted Day Zero offers

Total

Allen &Overy (Vacation Scheme)

2

N/A

2

AZB & Partners

1

2

3

Cyril AmarchandMangaldas

1

5

6

Finsec Law Advisors

1

N/A

1

Herbert Smith Freehills (Vacation Scheme)

1

N/A

1

Khaitan & Co.

1

1

2

Linklaters (Vacation Scheme)

2

N/A

2

Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

4

1

5

Nishith Desai Associates

1

N/A

1

S&R Associates

2

N/A

2

ShardulAmarchandMangaldas

2

8

10

Trilegal

3

1

4

Zehn Legal

1

N/A

1

JM Financial

1

N/A

1

Total

23

18

41

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