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NLU Jodhpur

30 May 2013

NLU JodhpurNLU Jodhpur hired three full time teachers and an academic associate in the last twelve months including one professor, one associate professor and one assistant professor.

14 May 2013

MilkroundAmarchand has emerged as the most aggressive Indian early recruiter hiring 36 fourth-year law students across 10 colleges.

06 May 2013

NLU JodhpurNLU Jodhpur placed 11 students out of its class of 80 that will graduate in 2014 in its first day of recruitments in the fourth-year – also known as day zero, beginning on 16 April 2013.

02 May 2013

MPL 4: The home of Indian mootingNLU Jodhpur performed strongly in The Hague and at the Commonwealth moot for 35 MPL points.

04 March 2013

MPL 4: Where Indian mooting livesNLU Jodhpur replaced NUJS Kolkata in third place of the Mooting Premier League this weekend after the NUJS Herbert Smith Freehills Corporate Law Moot that was won by CLC Delhi, while Nuals Kochi emerged victorious from Amity Delhi’s 12th flagship moot.

20 February 2013

MPL 4: Where Indian mooting lives Two moots last weekend: The Tier 4 Surana Corporate Law Moot and the Tier 5 ULC Bangalore Moot, seeing an all-Gujarati final and newbie winners respectively.

28 January 2013

Herbert Smith Freehills logo The fourth annual international lecture programme (ILP) organised by Herbert Smith Freehills and Oxford University’s dean of law Professor Timothy Endicott, will take place at NLU Jodhpur between 4 and 8 February this year, with seven other law schools also sending three of its top students to attend the lecture series.

26 January 2013

MPL 4: Where Indian mooting lives An NLU Jodhpur team comprising of speakers Pranjal Mehta, Ashwin Mishra and researcher Naseeruddin defeated a team from Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK at the 2013 edition of the KK Luthra Memorial Criminal Law Moot last weekend.

03 December 2012

MPL 4: Where Indian mooting livesNLU Jodhpur won its first moot in the fourth season of the Mooting Premier League (MPL), sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills, beating AKK New Law Academy Pune in the finals of the National Rounds of the Commonwealth Moot Court Competition 2012, which was last held two years ago.

05 September 2012

Mooting Premier League 2011-12 - MPL3This is the final analysis of how in 2011-12 law students raised the bar for Indian global mooting ambitions, how they fought domestically for the Mooting Premier League crown and what we can expect in MPL 4, now sponsored by Herbert Smith.

04 September 2012

NLU Jodhpur second year student Vatsal Vasudev wins a place among the top three out of 230 entries from colleges across 70 countries that participated in a speech writing contest. The contest was organised by the United Nations Academic Impact in association with Brookings Institution. The challenge was to write a speech for the UN secretary general.

“The message is clear: no country is completely immune from the consequences of ills prevalent in other countries. In such a scenario, we must realize that not just for the sake of upholding human values, but also for the maintenance of socio-economic equilibrium in the world do we need to begin thinking of the earth as a composite whole,” he wrote.

Vasudev won a trip to New York to meet the UN secretary general and the leadership of the Brookings institution.

“I will make the U.N. chief aware of the problems existing around me,” he says of his plans of the trip adding that he would also seek suggestions and approval for a journalism-activism campaign that he envisions with a couple of friends from college. [The Hindu][Speech]

18 June 2012

Prabhash Ranjan Exclusive: NUJS Kolkata assistant professor Dr. Prabhash Ranjan has joined NLU Jodhpur as associate professor, after a disagreement with the college administration about seniority and increments, as NUJS faculty member and Nalsar and LSE graduate Chinmayi Arun will join NLU Delhi.

10 June 2012

post CLAT hangoverExaminees in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 have pointed out at least 10 errors worth 10 marks in the question paper’s answer key that was released by the CLAT committee on Friday. The key was released exactly a week after this year’s convenor NLU Jodhpur published a reshuffled university allotment list to replace an earlier list that contained errors.

04 June 2012

post CLAT hangoverThe first writ against Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 should not have been dismissed by the Delhi high court, said a division bench of the court admitting a letters patent appeal against the dismissal today.

04 June 2012

post CLAT hangoverThe first writ against Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 should not have been dismissed by the Delhi high court, said a division bench of the court admitting a letters patent appeal against the dismissal today.

03 June 2012

Nuals Kochi and NLU Orissa climbed in the traditional college preferences of Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) at the expense of RMLNLU Lucknow and CNLU Patna, while other CLAT preferences remained unchanged in the corrected university allotment list, with NLSIU Bangalore coming top followed by Nalsar Hyderabad, NUJS Kolkata, NLIU Bhopal and NLU Jodhpur.

01 June 2012

CLAT The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) committee has published an updated university allotment list, after candidates complained about the previous list, which contained errors.

31 May 2012

Justice N.N. Mathur, VC- NLU Candidates’ university allocation in the 2012 Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) would be reshuffled in June as human error may have caused mistakes and around 125 future students have submitted complaints, said Justice NN Mathur, vice chancellor of NLU Jodhpur and convenor of the 2012 CLAT, adding that the process would be carried out “judiciously”.

29 May 2012

NLU Jodhpur The 2012 Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) university allotment list, which ranks NLIU Bhopal ahead of NUJS Kolkata according to Legally India analysis, has been disputed by several students, with one claiming on Facebook that the convenors have confirmed a new list would be published within days.

26 May 2012

post CLAT hangoverThe first writ against Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 convener NLU Jodhpur was dismissed by the Delhi high court which refrained from hearing the matter which was listed for the first time yesterday. The court refused to interfere stating that the CLAT committee was already considering the petitioners’ grievances.