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Reason sometimes distances the self from the self. It weakens the being and constantly impedes and frustrates the soul from achieving the compelling vastness that it is here to achieve and coerce its magnanimity to succumb to alternative plans of destiny...
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10 things that might help you get through law school -Radhika Agarwal (NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad) From being a high school graduate to a final year student in law school, I have come a long way… and while I am...
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It's MY Life- Law school and beyond... -Radhika Agarwal (NALSAR University of Law) “Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people's thinking....
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LAW SCHOOL! The two words that become the mantra of every CLAT aspirant. You just have to get into one. All that hard work, those sleepless nights, the endless chase…it will all pay off when you get into ‘that law school!’,...
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I guess Robert Frost while writing this had some sort of idea of what life is like. And this holds true for life in law school as well. There are promises to be kept, deadlines to be met. When I was...
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DAY ZERO Hello! Respected and not-so-respected members of the legal fraternity, tolerant law students and other vela people who have taken time out to read this blog. I am not a seasoned blogger like most people on this site. I have...
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The reviews for Calcutta Chronicles' were not only unexpected - they were elating and above all humbling - I always thought of myself as someone who could draw sad faces better than happy ones (I actually can!). So for my readers...
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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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A When I'd just begun studying law, people often asked me if I had learnt different ways in which to murder a person without being held criminally liable. I thought it was merely an over-done joke. Three years into law school,...
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It is trend. In first semester when I was supposed to be studying Torts, I used to feel like reading Public International Law. Then when I was doing a PIL moot I felt like reading landmark Constitutional Law judgements. When it...
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Another year in law school- and another year of disappointment, dissatisfaction, lack of opportunities and a sort of helplessness which compels one to wonder whether there is an extrinsic force that controls one’s life; this coming from someone who is generally...
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Dear Law School Administration, There are two types of students that you can meet in life, law students and others. Please be very afraid of the first kind as they are the sharpest, meanest and the most bored form of student...
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By Our Correspondent Delhi. In an announcement that is bound to crease many frowns and make the legal community a happy lot the Bar Council of India announced a number of changes that is bound to create mayhem in the industry,...
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Disclaimer: The conjectures and quantification of the abstract notions made in the write up is based on the general observation of the author coupled with personal experiences in a National Law University. Confidence in 80% of cases leads to over confidence,...
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