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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Final Year Blues: Musings of an NLU Passout

 

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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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Law School Experiences: Public Display of Affection in Campus

After the sun sets and the singletons retire to their rooms for evenings of commitment free relaxation, out come the lovebirds. And suddenly, the campus is no longer the safe, desolate and peaceful harbor of the day. Taking a walk through the premises is like walking through a landmine of open and unabashed PDA, especially if you do not have much space to walk around anyway. By Vasudha Misra, Campus Journalist, RMLNLU

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I am a Law Student and These are My Meandering Thoughts (6 of Them)

No, you cannot stay away from doing that because there is always another case to read, assignment to write or seminar to prepare for; when while preparing you have to look up every third word you read and wonder if the combined Parliament and Judicial intent was to drive law students insane. By Saloni A D, JSS Law College, Mysore

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