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NALSAR was established as a consequence of the NALSAR University Act (Act 34 of 1998) of the AP Legislative Assembly. Prof. Ranbir Singh was the founder Vice-Chancellor and remained so for two terms till 2008.
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Facts & Figures
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Library and Reading Room
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Extra Curricular Activities
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Seminars and Conferences
Academia and faculty
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Journals and publications
NALSAR publishes a host of distinguished legal journals. They include - The Indian Journal of Constitutional Law - The Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law - The Indian Journal of Law and Economics - NALSAR Student Law Review - Media Law Review
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