An Anonymous Letter to ILS Law College, Pune: Thank you for suffering of a lifetime

 

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6 Lessons I Learned from My First Year of Law School

 

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Law School Review: National Law Institute University, Bhopal

 

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NUALS Kochi’s Law School Review: Victimization by Faculty and Blatant Sexism [READER’S BLOG]

 

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ILS Pune: What to Really Expect

 

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A Rant from Christ Bangalore: Law School and the Murky Politics [READER’S BLOG]

He is very close to one of the most powerful teachers in the law school, and is always seen in his cabin rather than in class, he dictates who should get attendance and be a part of some organising committee.

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The Frustrations of Studying at a Traditional Law College [READER’S BLOG]

My sadness and anger towards the traditional law colleges stems principally from the remarkably poor quality of students who study in these institutions

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The Lifelessness of ILS Pune: 3 Suicides and not a Minute of Silence and 7 Other ILS’ Realities [READER’S BLOG]

Because of the scant class hours (3-4 hours a day), and the fact that the students don’t stay together on campus, we are a very disjointed mass of students, divided into small cliques. And it is so sad, that a lot of us graduate without even knowing the names of all of our classmates.

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Student’s Letter Complains of Opaque, Secretive and Discriminatory Hostel Allocation at NUALS Kochi [READER’S BLOG]

I, a student of NUALS who choses to maintain anonymity because of obvious reasons, write to you in order to make the following averments with regard to the Notification (No. NUALS/Hostel/22/15) dated 11.06.2015 regarding hostel allotment for the academic year 2015-16.

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Student’s Letter to NUSRL Ranchi Bemoans Lack of Recruiters, Faculty, Roads, Water, Electricity and (nearly) Everything Else!

The Central Public Works Department (official contractor for developing the University campus) was filled with gratitude that it had to leave the work midway (hostels left incomplete) because of delay in payments and lack of funds from the University.

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Here’s Why You Should Pick NLUD [Via Glasnost]

From parent-like authorities making sure we’re in bed by 9, to protective wardens ensuring that we aren’t out there in the big, bad world beyond the unearthly hour of 6 PM, to the administration sheltering us from witnessing any inappropriate behavior like (gasp) holding hands, this place will ensure that you live in perpetual fear of getting grounded.

You won’t miss your parents at all!

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Stumble, Fall & Learn: Life in USLLS Delhi

This was one of the first times in life I was entrusted some responsibility, I broke out of my shell and interacted with so many people from both my college and other colleges, and met the most influential lawyers and judges.

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NUSRL Ranchi: 8 Reasons Why You Should Join the Law School

The academic pattern of NUSRL Ranchi is rather an extensive one and the curriculum is comprehensive as well as balanced. Compulsory mooting is the biggest advantage or the NUSRLITES, that means, once you take admission, you start mooting from the 1st semester itself.

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KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore: 6 Things About the Law School

One of the best thing being at KLE’S Law College, Bangalore is less fees and food returns. Those who Joined in year 2010 are completing their course and have not even spent Rs 2 lacs; this means the average fee was almost 30-32k P.A ! By Gaurav Mishra

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An NLUJA Blogger Takes On all the Pro-College Commenters of the 8 Reasons Post

Ranging from Subhro Sengupta of the HNLU to most of the students of NLUJA, all have started defending the university. Few will venture to go against the University openly because of the fear of victimization.

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5 Pros and 5 Cons of Joining DSNLU Vishakhapatnam/ NLU Vizag

The hostels are absolutely unbearable. You just cannot survive as a human being in the hostels and their food. Period. It is better to look for your own personal accommodation, and the university does not have a problem with that.

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National Law University, Assam NLUJAA: 8 Reasons Why You Should NOT Go There

National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam started functioning in 2011 and in three years the university has not had a Professor other than the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Gurjeet Singh (who will be discharging his duties as the Vice-Chancellor on 26th this month).

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Top 10 Law Colleges in India, 2013 [5 Year Law School Rankings]

The ranking is personal, but objective. You can also call the ranking ‘educated’; I’ve been running Lawctopus for two and a half years (how arrogant) and have interacted with law students across most law schools.

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VIDEO: NLSIU Students’ Jubilant Shouts, Hugs and Kisses After the Jessup Win!

The National Law School of India University team consisting of Raag Yadava, Geetha Hariharan, Shreya Jain and Akshaya Ramadurai won the 54th Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Raag Yadava has also bagged the award for the Best Speaker (Finals). Here is the video of what happened at NLSIU, Bangalore when the denizens got to know about the win! Video courtesy of Apurva Shukla, student at NLSIU. Read more […]

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New Law College, Mumbai

Besides, in its bid to incorporate innovative learning techniques in the system, the college also conducts two study tours in an academic year. While one trip is to one of the bustling-with-life metropolitans like Delhi, Kolkata etc, the other is to any remote village of the Maharashtra itself (thus again ensuring that the students experience the very best of both the contrasting worlds). By Apoorva Kutumbe, Campus Journalist, New Law College

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