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NLU Pride Revived, But NLSIU Shuts After Harvard Law School Opens In India

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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 Mumbai today.

“We faced a severe identity crisis when we heard that Harvard law school was going to be established in India. NLSIU used to call itself the Harvard of the East. Now with Harvard itself here, we could not decide who we were”, said Pehechan Kaun, director of NLSIU.

Coincidentally, earlier this year, the NLU Pride which had been reportedly killed by a serial killer, Niti SexLena was revived by the doctors. Inspired by proud, open and brash use of swords and khukris in the Punjab University elections, Niti SexLena had used a sword to kill the NLU Pride. However, the sword attack had the NLU pride in coma and the pride was revived after great efforts by the doctors.

“More than a medical achievement it is a win of human emotions such as love for money”, said doctor SexDena of SexWala hospital

“We had partners of Amarchand, Clifford Chance and Luthra & Luthra come for emotional and moral support of the NLU Pride which was in very serious condition. They showed the NLU Pride the paychecks it would earn etc. The related positive emotions resulted in release of healing grandular secretions”, he said.

“Earlier when the parents came, the NLU Pride could not be revived. The parents could not do much”, he added, munching potato chips as he listened to the song ‘baap bada na bhaiya, the whole thing is that ki bhaiya sabse bada rupaiya’.

However, Niti SexLena has said that he won’t give up. “I also have guns and revolvers and I will continue my efforts to kill the NLU pride”. He told our reporter that he had learnt the use of guns, again through practice in the Punjab University elections.

Meanwhile, NLSIU Bangalore has said that it will now mentor its successors NALSAR Hyderabad and NUJS Kolkata and other national law schools so that they won’t face such identity crisis later on. A meeting of the Vice Chancellors will be held later this month.

Prof MP Singh, Vice Chancellor at NUJS, embarking on a constitutional topic, as he does always, said “Even our constitution talks about national pride and maitaining sovereignity. I am presently researching on foreign law colleges and their constitutional validity”. This will be Prof. Singh’s 1257th research paper on Constitutional Law.

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