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Akshima Sarathi, The 'Most Legally Reasoned' Student Wins 3 Lac Rupees

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Akshima Sarathi, a 4th year student of NALSAR, Hyderabad has won the cash prize of rupees 3 lacs for the 'most legally reasoned' student award.

OK Stop! This was false news (with balls?).

Anyway, if legal reasoning is your forte and if you liked playing with the LST's legal reasoning module, the IDIA (increasing diversity by increasing access to legal education) project has a competition for you. 


What does IDIA do: IDIA teams go to schools in rural and poor regions of India; select the bright students interested in law and then train them for CLAT. Training requires good quality coaching material and hence IDIA needs some really good, tough and creative legal reasoning questions.

Here is the competition:



Make 10 superlative legal reasoning questions by 20th of September and send them to Sahana Manjesh at


You can even work as a team.
Lets see who wins: Will it be the team from NLSIU/NUJS? Or a team from the upcoming RGNLU/RMLNLU? Or will it be YOU? It could even be a CLAT aspirant! Or maybe a law firm partner?


The three best set of questions will win Rupees 3000/-, 2000/- and 1000/- respectively. Also, you get all the attention of the legal industry for being the most legally reasoned person.

 

See the details here.

 

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