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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.

The Thick Layer of (Professional) Ethics

When did “profession” became more important than truth, honesty and justice? What about the duties of lawyers as a citizen? After all every individual is a human first, and then a professional. This is what I call the “human first approach", as I strongly believe that every human should fulfill his duties as a citizen and

Behind The Scenes of My Internship: 13 Bitter Things I Learnt in an NGO Internship

8. How to quietly sneak off the bus without buying a ticket and then rejoicing about it because it’s the only funny thing that happened that day.

9. How to listen to music with earphones when both your hands are busy washing clothes and you’re not wearing pants with pockets.

By Tanisha Khaitan

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

Interview with R. Arunadhri Iyer; SLS Pune – Khaitan Alumnus: A Cheat Sheet For the Real World PART-I

I have, however learnt that clinical professionalism, responsible authorities, overqualified mentors, exceptional brilliance, due appreciation, hefty paychecks, extended holidays and the like are as much a part of the workplace as are the likes of corruption, nepotism, unmerited appreciation, unwarranted demotions, idiotic powers-that-be, overworking, underpaying, thirty hour days and dispirited performers. Interview by Neeati

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

Coursera’s Law Courses: Take the World’s Best Courses, Online, For Free

Coursera (/kɔrsˈɛrə/) is an educational technology company founded by computer science professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller from Stanford University. Coursera works with universities to make some of their courses available online, and offers courses in engineering, humanities, medicine, biology, social sciences, mathematics, business, computer science, and other areas.

Career Talk 2: Interview with Kirti Krishna, 23 year Old Corp Lawyer, Author of the Book “Piece of Mind-Pun Intended”

Let’s just say, the loneliness ignited the fire in me to get done with this baby. I used to spend around 4 hours each night working on the book.

Finding them [the publishers] again, was out of coincidence. I had ordered a book from Flipkart and the moment it reached, I noticed the publishers, searched

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

What I Think About When I Think About Mooting: Interview With The NLUO Semi-Finalists of the Amity Moot

Never judge a team before facing them with regards to their capability- do not underestimate them, and more importantly, never underestimate yourself! To quote a cliched achiever's advice- Don't think about the results and do your best, if karma plays a role here, you will return shining, and drunk. Interview by Rohan Mukherjee, Campus