Home Opportunities Jobs JOB POSTS: Faculty of Law, Delhi University is Hiring 100 Teachers :... OpportunitiesJobs JOB POSTS: Faculty of Law, Delhi University is Hiring 100 Teachers [YES! 100]: Apply by June 26 By The Admin - June 18, 2015 360 6 ShareTweet+1Share1818 SharesOriginal link is HERE. – Have an opportunity or an event to share (moots, conferences, courses, internships, jobs, etc.)? Share it with Lawctopus and reach 1000s of law students and young graduates. Click here to login and share Click here for a tutorial ShareTweet+1Share1818 Shares RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Call for Papers: CCI’s 4th National Conference on Economics of Competition Law, 2019 [March 1, Delhi]: Submit by Aug 15 B.A. LL.B., LL.B. and LL.M. @ Invertis University, Bareilly: Applications Open Mapping ADR Blog by Jindal Global Law School: Submissions Open Comment via Facebook 6 COMMENTS Hnlu’s batch strength is 200. So you’re slightly off the mark Reply dont dare ever compare the legends with startups!!!! the dropouts of Delhi University are good enuf to head any nlu!!!! Reply Absolutely and unquestionably true. No matter what the controversies are, Campus Law Centre always remains at another parallel. Producing hard-core litigators, top notch judges and bureaucrats. I wish it doesn’t imbibe the firm culture which is so frantic and intense at NLU’s. We need institutions like CLC to produce advocates and not just employees of a firm/company. Reply It’s actually 2500 for one year for all the three batches combined. Reply I am surprised that the post is not accompanied by a sarcastic and completely uncalled for remark, regarding how the Faculty of Law was functioning before this. This is with reference to a previous post, regarding a hiring notification by HNLU. Reply HNLU’s batch strength is 80. Faculty of Law, DU’s is 500+. Reply Comment via Wordpress Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.