NUJS Alumni Fundraiser: Panel Discussion on Careers after Law [May 30 and June 6]: Register Now!

Alumni from NUJS are hosting 4 panels on various directions you can steer your law career in on 30 May and 6 June.

Registration is based on a small donation to the NUJS Alumni Association fundraiser for COVID-19 relief. The donations will support IDIA’s Covid-19 response. 

About IDIA

IDIA is an initiative founded by Late Prof. Shamnad Basheer to increase diversity in the legal profession, by enabling underprivileged students to access premier law schools.

IDIA has been working for COVID relief, especially in rural areas, by establishing isolation centres with medicines, food and other basic facilities and setting up boat ambulances for emergencies. You can find more about their COVID-19 response here:

About the Event

This is your opportunity to connect and pose your questions to our stellar NUJS alumni panelists from Indian and foreign law firms, judiciary, litigation, civil services, serial legal entrepreneurs, public policy folks, as well as alumni of some of the most desirable master’s programmes.

When: 30 May 2021 and 06 June 2021

Who can Attend?

The sessions are open to students, graduates, early career professionals and everyone else interested from all universities.

How to Sign-up?

Donate here: and fill this form up: to receive the zoom links to all panels.

If you are a law student and want to attend the panels, but have limitations contributing to the fundraiser, please write to

Some alumni have generously agreed to support the registration of a limited number of students by contributing to the fundraiser on their behalf.

Contact Information

Have more questions? Write to them at

Important Links

For the details of Panel 1, click here.

For the details of Panel 2, click here.

For the details of Panel 3, click here.

For the details of Panel 4, click here.

Donate here: and fill this form up: to receive the zoom links to all panels.



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