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The thing with independence is that it’s very hard to get it back once it’s been lost. Likewise, the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) genie, once unleashed, would have been very hard to tame were it to ever run amok...
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Guest blogger and Supreme Court advocate Shinam A Seth writes about what has made this election special. The last vote has been cast. The last franchise exercised. The exit polls play havoc with the mind and the market alike. As the...
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I just saw this on a corporate lawyer's Facebook page and thought it'd be fun to share here, with permission. Do please share your corporate law war stories in the comments. 8 years a lawyer by Anonymous 1. An administrator...
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A reader, who wishes to remain anonymous, sent us a missive yesterday about his / her reality of job hunting while at one of the younger national law schools. It rang true and was rather interesting, so I thought it was...
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Love: Sames attract
Guest post by an anonymous lawyer and several talented non-lawyer collaborators who've had their fair share of legal 'experience'. Disclaimer: If you have a sensitive heart and/or soul, you may be offended. Please no blaming or suing. Seriously, we mean it....
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Guest post, anonymised at author's request. BOARD EXAMS ARE OVER, CLAT ON HEAD... TENSION TENSION.. TENSION....   This is what  I experienced in the month of April! Studying for Entrance exams,Changing patters, Vast G.K.  It kills a student after every second!!...
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Soli Sorabjee
Happy Birthday Soli Sorabjee, explains corporate lawyer Ashim Krishna Sood in this ode to his former senior Sorabjee. Sood is a graduate of NLSIU Bangalore and Harvard Law School's LLM programme. He is now living in Delhi, after a stint in...
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Legally India is never one to spurn a good meme, so we have decided to adapt the latest craze making the rounds on the internet to the noble Indian legal profession.Here is part 1 for advocates. Corporate lawyers job meme to...
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There's this Facebook group for Nalsarites with the motto "Fighting controversy with ridiculosity since 1998". It's pretty cool. So, I hear on the Webs that I have now apparently become a Nalsar meme, alongside Facebook pages for Veer 'Now Look Here'...
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This has been doing the rounds in the legal fraternity by email, in response to the ubiquitous viral movie-promo music video Why This Kolaveri Di. It was inevitable, really. If you haven't yet, watch the original video below, which is sung in a...
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So... I was sent an email more than two months ago containing nothing but this attachment and a request to publish it. I apologise to the anonymous author for the delay. The post is a nice rant, pretty well-written and raises...
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AS JSA has just celebrated its twentieth birthday, we are publishing a guest blog post by JSA of counsel Desh Gaurav Sekhri who writes about his boss' photographic memory, lunch with Jyoti, outbursts of temper and the personality of the "pulse...
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This is a guest blog post from lawyer Arjya Majumdar who works at a large national law firm in Delhi. It was first published on his Facebook feed and has been edited slightly. Enjoy! At the time of writing this, Mr...
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Mumbai reeled yesterday under three bombs that killed, injured and shook the confidence of the city. Reporting a tragedy of such a scale is a difficult task for any journalist but one story that appears irresponsible in the face of evidence has taken hold of the mainstream media.
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If, unlike apparently most of India, you’re in the office pretending to be productive instead of watching the Cricket World Cup, feel free to commiserate here and discuss match progress with other cricket-denied lawyers in the comments. ESPN is streaming the...
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