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NLU Delhi 2020 recruitments kicked off last month with 23 jobs • CAM picks up third • No foreigns (yet)

NLU Delhi 2020: Led by CAM, big firms pick up 23
NLU Delhi 2020: Led by CAM, big firms pick up 23

NLU Delhi penultimate-year students had secured 23 early jobs to start work in 2020; this is around 28% of a batch of 81, though two-thirds of the 35 students who have directly participated in campus recruitment activities (with litigation presumably being quite popular in Delhi).

14 of those jobs were secured via campus interviews held between so-called Day Zero on 1 April and subsequent interview days on 25 April 2019, according to the recruitment committee, with 9 accepted job offers made via pre-placement offers (PPOs) following internships by 25 April.

The biggest recruiter was Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, made 8 out of 23 total accepted offers, with an even split of 4 each PPOs and campus jobs.

Khaitan & Co and the two AZB & Partners offices picked up 3 students each; Luthra and Trilegal 2 each; and Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Talwar Thakore & Associates, S&R Associates, IndusLaw and ICICI Bank hired one each.

The recruitment committee confirmed that no vacation schemes or foreign job offers had been made so far.

The committee includes Neeraj Nainani, Swagat Dash, Vibham Raman, Aman Gupta, Abhishek Anthwal, Ipsita Pallavi Sahoo, Raashi Pathak, Sanjana Ravjiani, Pallavi Mishra and Aakanksha Bharadwaj.

Other NLUs’ Days Zero

NLU Delhi Day Zero offers

Recruiter

Accepted PPOs

Accepted campus offers

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

4

4

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

1

Khaitan & Co

2

1

L&L Partners

2

TT&A

1

Trilegal

2

S&R Associates

1

AZB & Partners Delhi

2

AZB & Partners Mumbai

1

Indus Law

1

ICICI

1

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