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
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 also bagged the award for the Best Speaker (Finals).
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.
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
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
Dr. Nagaraj has been the registrar of NLSIU since 1st September, 2008. He was a Research Scholar at Vanderbilt Law School, USA, during 1994 and at Warwick University, UK, during 1997. He was also the Chairman of Under-Graduate Council during 1999-2001 and 2006-07 and the Chairman of Post Graduate Council during 2005-2006. With inputs
He has a vast teaching experience of over 15 years, and has been a part of NALSAR since its inception. He also has had five years experience at the Bar prior to teaching. He has authored and edited many books on Family Law, and has published more than 30
The situation is pretty unfortunate. Earlier, we had some awesome seniors who themselves used to take part in events like volleyball, throwball, basketball and also egged us on to participate. It was a nice camaraderie. However, the scene is not the same anymore. Girls not showing any kind of interest for sporting events is sad.
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.
A year ago a student captured the video of how this unhygienic food was being prepared in RGNUL's kitchen. The video was uploaded on Facebook. The administration instead of bettering the food, passed a gag order on the video.
Lawctopus has gained access to these two of these 'notices' issued by the administration of RGNUL Patiala. According to one notice electricity in hostels has been cut from 9 am to 3 pm as an attempt to force students to attend classes.
I think the key to a perfect application is to actually believe in what one is writing. The panel is very experienced and are easily able to distinguish between an applicant who is committed to his/her area of interest from someone who has tried to force a research agenda. This also makes the preparation process
There were as many as 176 delegates taking part in serious discussions during the day and were in for an equal amount of fun during the socials which included a delegate dance, the MUN ball and the championship dinner.
The Student Journal Society of Amity Law School, Delhi is starting a bi-annual student-edited, peer-reviewed law journal titled “THE ALSD STUDENT JOURNAL”. The journal welcomes submissions for Volume I Issue I to be released in April 2011. The issue will be multi-disciplinary with a special focus on "Public International Law".
The Raghu Dixit Project had the crowd singing and dancing to their tunes, especially with their signature song, Hey Bhagwaan. The winners of Strawberry Fields were Goddess Gagged from Mumbai. They won themselves an all expenses paid tour of the country as part of the Hard Electric Tour 2010.
That's probably the only prerequisite, a curious mind
# You need to be well read to debate well
# By and large Parliamentary, I find it the most engaging form of debate - it allows for very little fluff and hiding behind confusing words.
# I'm a bit of a news junkie, so I read quite a bit
The 9th NLS Debate that concluded yesterday in a grand finale witnessed some amazing debating. This is the sub-continent’s biggest parliamentary debating tournament and this year saw 58 teams participating over five days in an intensive competition.
It must be noted that IDIA Hyderabad has conducted sensitization programs and aptitude tests for the disabled students at Sai Junior College founded by the Devnar Foundation for the Blind and teaching these students should be, as the IDIA blog post puts it, "a self discovery".
Needless to say the vision expressed in the Will of the founder is paramount. Thus, literary and scholastic attainments; fondness of and success in outdoor sports; exhibition of moral force of character and leadership qualities - all need to be reasonably demonstrated in an application. More importantly I have been very thoughtful about my choices
Registration fee has been waived for students registered for courses at any university. According to information received by Lawctopus certificates will be provided to the students attending the workshop. The students will have to take care of their own accommodation and food. The workshop promises an exciting two days of lively IP, trade and competition
Two fifth year students- Shreya Atrey from NALSAR and Gautam Bhatia from NLSIU have won the coveted Rhodes Scholarship for 2011 which entitles them to pursue a law course for one year at the University of Oxford.