Category: Law School News

Class 11 and 12 Students in CBSE Schools Can Now Opt for Legal Studies

According to the ToI report the subject will include teaching of theory and nature of political institutions, nature and sources of law, historical evolution of Indian legal system, civil and criminal courts and processes, family justice system, arbitration, tribunal adjudication and alternate dispute resolution, human rights in India, international context and legal profession in India.

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

ShareTweetShareWhatsApp5 SharesThe 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

CLAT 2013 Will See Nearly 30,000 Aspirants; NLUD Continues Self-Ostracization; LSAT India Offers Alternatives

CLAT 2013 will see nearly 30,000 aspirants fight it out for a seat in one of the 14 National Law Universities: NLSIU Bangalore, NALSAR Hyderabad, NLIU Bhopal, NUJS Kolkata, NLU Jodhpur, HNLU Raipur, GNLU Gandhinagar, RMLNLU Lucknow, RGNUL Patiala, CNLU Patna, NUALS Kochi, NLUO Orissa, NUSRL Ranchi, and NLUJA Assam.

Conference on “Future of Indian Universities” Organised by Jindal Global University [March 21-23]

The thematic sessions at the three-day Conference are devoted to such important themes as the Indian university in a comparative perspective; humanities and the liberal arts; the remaking of the Indian university; interdisciplinary in higher education; knowledge sharing for policy impact, think tanks and international organizations; promoting excellence in higher education and leadership and innovation

Justice Katju on Ancient Indian & Modern Jurisprudence: Lecture Conducted at Kerala Law Academy

The 4th of March was one of the most memorable days in the history of Kerala Law Academy Law College. On this day, Justice Markandey Katju addressed the budding lawyers of our college during the second Kuttikrishna Memorial Lecture on Ancient Indian Jurisprudence and Modern Jurisprudence. By Janaki Devi, student of Kerala Law

VIA LEGALLY INDIA :‘Victim Blaming’ frenzy continues as NLSIU faces eviction over rape case, police speculates, media buys in

How about you stop tolerating that a rape allegedly took place on your grounds, rather than blaming students for ‘bad behaviour’. Sadly, for the college this approach appears to be easier than acknowledging that it failed to keep its own back garden safe and something terrible appears to have happened on their watch.