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  National Law University, Delhi in collaboration with Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is set to organise the 5th edition of the International Negotiation Competition from 07 - 09 September 2018. The competition is the first of its kind in India, which...
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National Law University, Delhi in collaboration with Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is set to organise the 4th edition of the International Negotiation Competition from 08-10 September 2017. The competition is the first of its kind in India  which brings together...
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Congratulations. You have gotten through to a law school. It may or may not be the one that you aimed for but the good news is, in the long run, it doesn't matter.  Now, a lot of you will be starting...
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  You check your phone again to see if it’s time. A minute later, you do it again, just for the screen to tell you it’s been only sixty seconds. But you’re sixty seconds closer to leaving your house, sitting in...
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  In my perhaps hugely ignorant opinion, I was under the impression that legal journalism had not been given significant recognition as a viable profession. After, however, some research here and there (re: wiki How’s seven steps to become a legal...
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Law schools are producing law firm associates, corporate lawyers, litigating lawyers, social workers and what not. There are so many fields that are now open to law students. Sometimes I wonder if the reason for low recruitment figures in some of...
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Disclaimer: The following post may be offensive. Scratch that, it WILL be offensive. If you are a sensitive soul or a reasonable person or a minor, do NOT read on. Consider yourself duly warned. I must admit that my name has already been...
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This is an updated version of my one year old post. Old post here. So you gave CLAT and got through to Gujarat National Law University. Congratulations! I am sure you'll have a hundred questions about the University. You might even be...
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As we know the first conception of any piece of work is holding the idea within the marvellous human mind, it can be making a painting, designing an algorithm for software or outlining a new sky scraper design. It all starts...
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Disclaimer: This blog is based on my individual experience and may be not so legal. One might hold views contrary to or even contrastingly different from it. Certain ideas of this blog might seem incomplete leaving out suspense” Next what?”,...
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If at all there is one major drawback of being a law student (among others), in my view and observation it is: to try having a tender conversation with any one of your friends, not being a law student. For...
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"800+ GNLU students move into ‘monumental’ 50 acre, Rs 150 crore campus in Gandhinagar", my friend read it out loud from his Blackberry between sips of chai. "Bhai, Kasam se, it feels so good after reading this news", my friend said...
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Hey everyone! It has been a long long time since I have blogged on LI and let me tell you, it feels awesome being here! I think all of us agree on one fact that, LI is one such catharsis-platform for...
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What happened: Government has decided to allow 51% FDI in Multi-brand retails. What are the pre-conditions: Minimum investment of $100 million. 50% of the investment is to be in backend infrastructure development. 30% of all raw material has be procured...
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Reform of the Indian Civil Services By Our Special Correspondent In an exclusive revelation to our special lobby correspondent in South Block we have been informed of an upcoming reform in the Indian Civil Services. In a much touted effort to...
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Getting a publication is something all law students strive to achieve. A lot of people will tell you how to moot or how to debate but very few people will be able to tell you how to write a good publishable...
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In an unprecedented and overnight development the three top Indian law schools have decided to join hands to form an Ivy League of sorts in the Indian Law School fraternity. Yesterday the Commanders-in-Chief of NLS, NALSAR and WBNUJS signed an MOU...
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Law schools in India can be compared to mobile phone brands, seriously. There is a huge competition between them. Every schools claims to be the best and efficient. Let’s have a look at some Indian Law Schools and their Equivalent mobile...
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Jimmy began with numbers a while ago. [Click here to read]. ---PG for girls. PG for girls. PG for girs. PG for boys. PG for girls. PG for girls. PG for girls. PG for boys. The male lot is a distrusted...
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Compulsory attendance seems to be the ‘must have’ for colleges. It seems that nowadays colleges are concentrating more on keeping the students inside the classroom rather than on imparting quality education. The reason given for this is that if the student...
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