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Today marks the first edition of the NLS- Trilegal Arbitration Conference, organised by the Moot Court Society of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, in collaboration with the Alliance of Oversensitive Women (Aow)- The NLS Feminist Alliance. The conference...
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Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot - ISRO National Funding Rounds 2018: Live Blog! Hello everybody, We're the Moot Court Society (MCS) of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and we're hosting the Manfred Lachs ISRO National Funding Rounds...
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With another round of CLAT and AILET exams drawing nearer, thousands of students will now have to decide where they want to spend the next five years of their lives learning the law. Below is my own experience of making a...
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  Welcome to the 4th Indian Vis Pre-Moot 2014! The final rounds are about to begin in a few moments. The finals involve National Law School of India University,Bangalore(East) team and the National Law University,Delhi(East) team. The rounds are happenning at...
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This blog is with respect to a question that baffles many a law aspirants. Each year thousands of students give the CLAT and AILET exams. Even though CLAT has 12 colleges under its ambit, it all comes down to Bangalore and...
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Dirty picture is a biopic based on Silk Smitha. It’s a story of a rebel who challenged the society that worshipped her secretly for her sexuality but was unwilling to accept her as one among them. It’s a slap on the...
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Reform of the Indian Civil Services By Our Special Correspondent In an exclusive revelation to our special lobby correspondent in South Block we have been informed of an upcoming reform in the Indian Civil Services. In a much touted effort to...
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In an unprecedented and overnight development the three top Indian law schools have decided to join hands to form an Ivy League of sorts in the Indian Law School fraternity. Yesterday the Commanders-in-Chief of NLS, NALSAR and WBNUJS signed an MOU...
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My previous post and a few other articles on LegallyIndia made me think on two questions. But before reading this post further, please go through the two short posts by Seth Godin and then the Bar and Bench article on law school...
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This Article was originally published on CLATGyan.com As you all know, CLAT’s paper is divided into 5 sections. However, no one can ever be sure of what kind of questions one will have to face. In CLAT 2008, the system...
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This post is about the fees that some NLUs charge.  This table contains the amount of fees that the respective college is going to charge for this year's batch. Last retrieved on 18th June 2010 from the respective college's website.  Sr....
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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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Crib means ‘to bicker’, says my dictionary. NLS cribs about its hectic schedule: the trimester system which doesn’t allow them to lead a sane college life. NUJS cribs how claustrophobic the 4-5 acre campus can get. NALSAR cribs how the college...
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