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-AVINASH GAUTAM, 3rd Semester Student at NLUO Editor's note: This post had been written Infrastructure of the college [Hostels (or alternate accommodations), Academic block/class rooms, Library, Mess/Canteen and Other things ] The campus has 3 huge hostels (2 boys + 1 girls)...
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Five point someone in law school                                                                      ...
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Applying for the Rhodes Scholarship is a dream which most law students in India harbour, especially those who are studying in NLSIU or NALSAR. Often touted as "THE most prestigious" academic scholarship in the world, it is no wonder that it...
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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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What motivates you in Life? May be looking at others, or may be looking at yourself. Keeping yourself motivated is what many of us forget to remember in the Law School. This applies specially to those who lack confidence which remains...
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  MEMOIRS OF A LAW SCHOOL DEBATER (This is a true account of what happened with students of a law school when they were in Delhi for a debate; names of certain locations and persons have been withheld to protect the...
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  The Five People You Meet In Every Law School and Why It Is Good To Have Enemies (Law school politics)   I am not the kind who is quick to judge people and my first instinct is to trust others...but...
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Being in the second year at the Law School, I have come a long way in dealing with life. Law School is not just a place where legal knowledge is gained and lawyers are churned out. Law School teaches certain things...
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Year: 2050. Scenario:  On the vast plains of erstwhile Sunderbans forests, there are 2 armies locking horns with each other. And not just an army, army of armies. Just like Troy.  On one side, there are some of our own “Black Suited-up”...
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At the (almost) end of my law school, when I look back, I found how things have changed. Some words, that were alien, or had different meaning, becomes inseparable like soulmate. You live with these words, sleep with them, eat with them and they...
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Dear tennie weenie Law Student, Welcome to a National Law University. Whichever NLU it is; some things will apply; things which are perennial and all embracing. Things like laws(?) And you’ll have to adjust to these things. I call it puppy...
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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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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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THE FIFTH YEARS ARE LEAVINGThe fifth years are leaving: The mooters are leaving, the debaters are leaving, Their trophies, proudly in the library sit, Smiling at the newer faces.   The researchers are leaving, the writers are leaving. Their books and...
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