The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi is conducting a two-day academic event, "Perspective 2014", which focuses on various issues pertaining to Law. The event is a forum that brings forth the outlook of distinguished experts of each field of law which would give us an overall view regarding the subject. Speakers: Mr. Soli
On February 15, the alumni group notified the Law Faculty that they did not wish to continue any sort of association with the Law Faculty. The group subsequently did not respond to the University’s requests for information concerning preparations for the Moot. Official statement emailed by Stephen Rouse, Head of News & Information Office,
Here's why: he got his personal bodyguard to 'handle' a situation that had arisen and himself, went on to assault a woman participant of the moot competition organized under the Oxford banner. He groped her, touched her inappropriately, slapped and pushed her to the ground.
Lawctopus' editor Tanuj Kalia had received an email on 23rd September, 2013 which said "OUS India is a voluntary organisation and it does not represent the University of Oxford in any manner whatsoever."
On turning up we realised that there was huge crowd and a police van was standing by. The members of the Organising Committee were arrested for allegedly beating up a boy and a girl representing a team which had turned up late for registration the previous team and were disqualified.
He engaged with a wide range of entrepreneurs and managements in Bangalore and went on to become the chief negotiator on behalf of workers at local regional and national level and signed scores of wage agreements through collective bargaining with managements including those of Small Scale Industry, MNCs and large Public Sector Undertakings. He was
In the meeting, the registrar was asked as to where these funds went. He kept deflecting. He blamed the VC and denied any responsibility. He claimed that the funds were spent for collaboration with Sports Authority of India while no such arrangement exists.
We are extremely hopeful that being the Chancellor, you will initiate urgent remedial steps to stem this steep decline in quality at an institution widely acknowledged as a leading site of legal education and scholarship.
Acting against their complaint, NBSA has investigated the matter and found fault with Sakshi TV which is the member of NBA. NBSA directed Sakshi TV to pay Rs 1 Lakh as penalty and asked the channel to run an apology in its scrolling for continuous three days- January 15,16 and 17.
A 19 year old first year student of Indian Law Society's Law College (ILS, PUne) committed suicide in his room allegedly after failing the exams Saturday. Hundreds of ILS students met the principal Tuesday alleging error in the evaluation of answer sheets. Saumitra Dhoble was on vacation in his hometown Nagpur when the results were
In my opinion, for the first 5-6 years after graduating from law school, one should not seek to take up a specialisation, and should try their hand at various areas of law. I feel that this gives a holistic approach to one’s career. Also, one should, at an early point in their career, take in
This interview has been taken by our Campus Manager, Nupur Walia. Supreet Gill Sidhu is an assistant law professor at the University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS), Panjab University, Chandigarh. She holds an LLM from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a BA and LLB from the Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Pune.
Congratulations everyone! Thank you for applying and thank you for submitting the 1st 'test task' as well. There will be other colleges and other names added once we get to know that those applicants have completed the 'test task'.
According to a tender here and a layout map here the National Law University and Judicial Academy (NLUJA), Assam will soon have as many as 12 CCTV cameras with DVR (Digital Video Recorders) installed in its premises.
This is to petition the Bar Council of India (BCI) to create a a two pronged Grievance Redressal Body for law students in India.
The first arm of the Body shall be the Law School Grievance Redressal Cell (GRC) which gives power to the students within a particular law school to voice their concerns to the
Law students in India have wide-ranging serious complaints against the law schools/colleges they are studying in. The complaints range from issues like bad mess food and low internet connectivity to allegations that the top-most law school administrators are indulging in mal-practices and infringing the fundamental rights of the students. This is to petition the Bar
While negotiations were going on the Police arrived on scene claiming the students were violating the Election code of Conduct in place and various provisions of the IPC and if they continued individual FIRs would be launched.
According to one student the VC at RMLNLU refuses to give the students any right "to question the rationale " and has threatened the students that the administration will "throw them out of the university".
London returned Professor Prabhash Ranjan who had, after a bureaucratic dispute, resigned from faculty position at NUJS Kolkata on June 4, 2012 to join NLU Jodhpur will now be joining South Asian University, Delhi. According to sources, Prof. Ranjan was not comfortable working with the 'system' at NLU Jodhpur.
In case you have to blame, blame Neeati Narayan, the assistant editor at Lawctopus. And once you are done with the blaming, thank her for going through all the internship experiences meticulously before arriving at this list.
Note: We've decided to give Rs. 4000 each to the 12 best entries.