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CLAT 2016

13 June 2016

GNLUGNLU Gandhinagar rolled out seats in its second year LLB class, for students of other NLUs, on 24 May but by 7 June, after interested students had already applied for admission the law school rolled back the offer due to objection from the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) committee.

01 June 2016

CLAT preferencesThe 2016 first Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) preferences have just been published and the only big surprise in the list has been first-time CLAT participant and youngest national law school NLU Mumbai, which came in a very strong seventh position in preferences.

27 May 2016

Just imagine if you this little guy was your law school VC...

The law school you choose should not just get you the job of your dreams but it also better give you an exceptionally nurturing educational atmosphere during your undergraduate years, considering the budget you are going to be allocating to it.

21 May 2016

It's not the 80s anymore, jobs don't just land in your lap (unless you're at... just kidding, they don't)There are no surprises on which law schools outperform the others where campus recruitments are concerned. The older national law universities (NLUs) – which also lead in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) law school preference rankings – have the upper hand when it comes to attracting the best recruiters, the earliest.

19 May 2016

cxsecrouThe Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) can be the first rung in a five year ladder to one of the highest paying graduate law jobs worldwide. An ideal CLAT-rank guarantees a place in the LLB courses of any of the older national law universities (NLU) – the NLUs which for at least the last five years have placed at least one graduate with a UK magic circle law firm.

18 May 2016

Need a helping hand with the CLAT (without cheating)?CLAT began in 2008 when a PIL forced the NLUs to conduct a common admission test. It eased out the students from lots of hassles but at the same time it also made the admission process a bit complex.

13 April 2016

Screenshot 2016-04-13 15.43.19A mock Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 will likely be live on CLAT’s official website 3 May onward, with a new system to make the mock exam experience almost like the actual CLAT.

13 April 2016

Law not sexy anymore?The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) experienced the slightest slump in popularity this year, for the first time since the exam was established. The clash of engineering (IIT) and medical (PMT) entrances, on 8 May, with CLAT 2016 pulled potential CLAT applicants away to the more popular entrances.

05 April 2016

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 online application deadline has been extended till tonight.

This extension does not apply to candidates registering for the exam through offline payment of registration fee.

According to a notification on CLAT’s website:

“This is for the notice of aspirants for admission to Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate Courses in Law through CLAT-2016 that the last date for applying online (only through online payment) is extended upto 05 April 2016 till 11:59 pm.”

15 March 2016

Why would you want to join Nalsar? VC Mustafa (second from left) talks shopLegally India asked the vice chancellors of all 17 national law universities some questions about their law school and why law aspirants should come there. Here’s the first in our series of national law schools, in their own words.

21 December 2015

t4cqjrloCommon Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 convenor RGNUL Patiala has already allotted dates for taking up candidates’ question-paper error representations and to publish a revised answer key, in the CLAT 2016 calendar which was officially announced online.

14 December 2015

The 2016 Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) will be conducted by RGNUL Patiala on 8 May 2016 from 3pm to 5pm, according to a notification on the law school’s website.

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