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New DelhiIndia Today and Outlook have published their annual rankings of colleges accross India. Among law schools, NLSIU is placed first in both the rankings. India Today placed NALSAR at second while Outlook placed NUJS in that position. We have...
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NoNal Nagar, Madhya Pradesh A 17 year old young lad who was seen jumping on a road crying “Yay! I am a NALSAR-ian” has been put in a mental asylum after a good citizen, Niak Zang saved him from a being...
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Q. I have made it to a national law school. What should I expect? How should I prepare for a life at an NLU? Ans. 1. Prepare to be crushed and subdued in everything you think you are great at. If...
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Agression is Important When Saurav Ganguly was the captain of the Indian cricket team he had with him two young left arm fast bowlers; Zaheer Khan (then 30 pounds lighter) and Ashish Nehra (then pot-bellied). Oops! Sorry for the digression. Ganguly,...
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Can a right be selective? This is a question which is probably haunting the ambitious policy makers of UPA-II, all set to enact the National Food Security Act. The draft bill, as it stands today is set to create a...
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June 30 2010, New Delhi Bar Council of India's plans to hold a fair and fool-proof bar exam went into a tizzy as Bihari Babuu, an unfamous law student blogger on LI entered the New Delhi center with a black cow...
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aThe times when news channels are taking interview of IIT topper and newspapers flooded with coaching centres advertisment claiming the first ranker, parents of CLAT ( Common Law Admission Test !! , if you dont know ) topper were telling...
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Please know your animals well. Or atleast read them well.Aries- The Ram (Mar 21- Apr 19) The Ram will shed off its big and pricey horns and selling the horns will make way for a great deal. Hire a lawyer for...
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NaginBhabhi, Bangalore NLSIU Bangalore, very aguably (ask Nalsar or NUJS) the best Indian law school which pioneered legal education in 1987 with the introduction of the the 5 year integrated law course has been shut after Harvard Law School opened in...
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In a shocking development all the students from arguably the top three law colleges in the country: NLSIU, Bangalore; NALSAR, Hyderbad and NUJS, Kolkata have failed in the first ever Bar Exam held by the Bar Council of India on 30...
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Not many people here will know who Nitish Saxena is. But with nearly 850 facebook friends and many more in real existence, he is a popular chap. Add to that some amazingly deft hands at painting, an articulate mouth which shuts...
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Legally-India-law-blogsSince the start of Legally India's blogging competition in January, a total of 50 law bloggers (blawgers) have shared legal thoughts, laughs, pains and the downright surreal. With a little over two months to go in the competition this round-up looks at the most popular bloggers and posts to date.

We are also pleased to announce two new sponsored jury prizes for the most thought provoking blog posts on issues of social and legal importance, worth Rs 20,000 (see details below), which was kindly donated by a practising lawyer.

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Nandii Reywal, the London settled Indian Lawyer challenged me. Bihari Babuu loves challenges. He has defeated all the pehelwans in his village. He’ll make Nandii bite dust too. Aaan do!   Part I- Racism My buffaloes are black, My cows are...
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My honourable colleague Mr. Dushyant Arora wants feedback on the ways to conduct the Bar Exam. Here is mine: 1.)    Law students who come on bicycles and scooters will only be tested. Students who come in cars have the option of...
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[The following newsletter found its way into my Spam folder. I thought it was worth sharing.] Barelylegalindia.com/Issue 1 Dear Readers, This has been an eventful week in the industry. Lots to tell. So let’s dive straight into it.  News Waves were...
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The Companies Act, 1956, though it requires some reforms as mooted through Companies Bill, 2009, is one of the finest legislations.  Each provision or the section under the Companies Act, 1956 has a sound logic though there exist very few sections...
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Law Schools can be stifling, stultifying and discouraging at times. People look down upon the ‘other’; sometimes very disparagingly. A mooter thinks mooting is ‘the’ thing. The cool guy thinks that ‘mooting’ is for nerds etc etc. I believe we should...
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CPC, Chow Chow and Wow!The Civil Procedure Code talks aboutWhat Justice should look like,What the pleading should plead,How the pleader should open his mouth. There is a procedureOn what pen to use,On the sharpness of the nib,The colour of the...
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Here is the big news: Kian Ganz, the editor of LegallyIndia.com has bought for himself a shiny new bicycle. I asked him why and he didn’t reply. So I had to guess. Here are a few options. All lame options. Please...
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[WARNING: This is a longish, dull-ish entry because the weekend has started and I have not many more interesting things to do.] [There you go again, reading this blog entry in the hope of somehow getting through the next five minutes.] It’s...
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