NUJS Kolkata is organising its annual cultural fest, Outlawed 2020 from February 7, 2020, to February 9, 2020.
Outlawed is known to be one of the largest law school fests out there. Famous in law school circuit for its exuberance, our events and parties are sure to keep you hooked for all three days that you’ll be here for.
For the 14th edition of our fest, Outlawed vows to wow its spectators. From glamorous StarNites featuring the likes of the F16s and Yellow diary to new and improved contests, you wouldn’t want to miss this. These StarNites will be followed by DJ nights because the party does not stop in NUJS Outlawed.
Apart from an exciting experience in the City of Joy, and the afterparties that NUJS is famed for, this competition also has exciting cash prizes. Letting you into a quick secret, we will be increasing our total prize money to INR 3,80,000 including a Best Contingent Prize of INR 30,000!
We promise you, everyone at Outlawed 2020 will be a winner. This edition will feature popular events like the unique Great Kolkata Race, the Fashion Show, the Group Dance, the Stage Play, the Slam Poetry Competition and the Open Quiz.
Important Dates to Remember
January 27, 2020: Last date to confirm participation by sending the duly filled registration form and to outlawed[at]nujs.edu. make Registration payments through wire transfer (bank account details will be sent upon receipt of the confirmation form).
Once we receive the duly filled registration form on outlawed[at]nujs.edu, we will revert with the necessary payment information.
OUTLAWED Individual Registration Form can be found here.
OUTLAWED Client Counselling Registration Form can be found here.
OUTLAWED Campus Idol Registration Form can be found here.
OUTLAWED Battle of the Bands Registration Form can be found here.
Your participation in OUTLAWED will be confirmed solely upon the successful payment of the registration amount via wire transfer within the stipulated deadline.
For any queries, you can contact the following heads of Participation:
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