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Rajasthan Jaipur order: Reserve one other student's seat?The Rajasthan high court’s Jaipur bench on Tuesday (30 June) ordered the “last student” admitted to NLSIU Bangalore, or “Bangalore Law College” as the high court order put it, to be reserved subject to the result of the writ petition before it, as the Bombay high court CLAT challenge was postponed to 7 July.

Politicians at the gates of RMLAs political protests were organised in Lucknow against the CLAT yesterday and the Rajasthan high court adjourned its hearing in the writ petition against the CLAT to today after the CLAT’s senior counsel did not appear, we take a look at where the litigation stands while the national law schools prepare to close the process in July.

In the latest hearing on the CLAT 2015 case, the High Court of Bombay on 25 June asked the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) convenor to seek clarification from its expert committee on the objections raised by the petitioner regarding 7 questions in the UG exam. The court has refused to grant any interim relief, and the next date for hearing is set for 30 June 2015.

The Jabalpur high court on Tuesday (23 June) stayed the downgrading of at least 15 Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) candidates who were allotted NLIU Bhopal in the first allotment list under the Madhya Pradesh state domicile category, but were later assigned lower-preference colleges in the second list.

The Bombay high court today reversed the stay it had imposed on Saturday on the publication of results of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015.

The Bombay high court has stayed publication of the final allotment list of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015, in an order passed on Saturday (20 June), noting that the CLAT convenor has not complied with an earlier direction of another high court by publishing a new allocation list.

The third seat allocation for under- and postgraduates having sat the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 has been published: CLAT ac.in.

AILET corrections: (b) now correct in each caseNLU Delhi’s All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) has corrected two errors in its question paper and revised its ranks.NLU Delhi’s All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) has corrected two errors in its question paper and revised its ranks.

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 has published the second allotment list to colleges that includes upgrades after the first list was published on Tuesday.

3gonxsfrNLIU Bhopal appears to have dropped 26 unreserved state seats, instead increasing the all India unreserved category by 26 seats.

The Kerala high court on Monday, 15 June, has stayed the second Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 allotment by two weeks, further to a writ petition filed by CLAT candidate Anand G Nair.

At least nine Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 candidates from Madhya Pradesh have been shunted downwards rather than upwards in their college preferences in the second round of allotments.

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 has published the long-awaited full list of university allocations that take account student’s preferences.

Graphic by: Ahmad Raza Khan (Mint)Only 45.4% of national law school aspirants taking the Common Law Admission Test in 2015 were women, and only 37% scored in the top 500 ranks. Why?

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