Imagine yourself fresh out of law school and without uncles, parents or family friends to sponsor you through those first awkward years in Court. No Senior whom you know, no chambers to attend since you do not have the proper references and those who are willing to take you without references being slave drivers
1. SAARC Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement : Issues and Concerns
2. Harmonization of Regulatory Mechanism in SAARC : Concern for Investment
3. Bilateralism among SAARC countries: Trade and Investment
4. GMR- Maldives Fiasco : Lessons for South Asia
5. FDI Policies in South Asia : Focus on India
6. Political Instability and Investments in SAARC : Challenges
1) 1st ILNU Parliamentary Debate 2013 to be held from 16th February to 18th February. It will follow the 3 on 3 Asian format with a team cap of 3 institutions per university, with prize money of 1 lakh. The last date of registration is February 7th, 2013. 2) Christ University’s Fifth Annual Parliamentary Debate.
The Programme shall include courses on:
1. Constitutional Rights in India: Historical, Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives
2. Legal Argument and Narrative
3. Mergers and Acquisitions
4. Negotiating Syndicated Loan Agreements
The course will help to get an expertise in basic principles of property law, which will help the learner in future, while working on various subjects of law including Corporate Laws, Real Estate Laws, Civil Laws etc.
Environment Law Forum-University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, College of Legal Studies DehraDun, Uttarakhand is organizing a paper presentation on "Adequacy of Environmental Legal Framework in Indian Tourism Industry”, on 23rd February 2013 during the Ignite Festival being conducted in the University .
Firstly, for a law teacher, its very very important that you know the practical niceties of law. So do intern with lawyers, NGOs and law firms and your would-be students will bless you for that. By Tanuj Kalia
First RnB E-week MUN will focus attention on today's biggest opportunities for students to role play as delegates of various countries to the UN and represent their interests on the International Stage on the topics relating to Entrepreneurship.
The associates were helpful and ready to teach, and were genuinely nice to us. And luckily, all of us co-interns too bonded pretty well as a group. It seems a very nice place to finally settle down to work in, even though the workload with each associate is pretty big. Anonymous
Biggest plus point of is stipend. It will be given as a Cheque by end of internship which is sum of efforts plus work (200 per working day + Rs. 4000 if you cover a mandate fixed by organisation). So if you intern for 25 working days you have a good chance of getting
Lawctopus brings to you the moot court memos of the NUJS team that won the 2nd G.C. Tulsi Moot organised by NALSAR from January 18-20, 2013. This year's problem was based on criminal law (of course!) with some elements of contract and sports law thrown in.
The Indian Journal of Law and Technology is collaborating with LIRNEasia, a Sri Lankan based think tank working in Information & Communications Technology (ICT) policy, for a capacity building exercise that will teach students, academics, government officials and civil society members how to engage in regulatory processes in India, in the form of a short
Mr. Chaudhary loved to share experiences and cleared legal doubts whenever travelling together. Mr Chaudhary with his rich experience and love for the legal profession infuses a spark of enthusiasm in people around him. What needs a mention is that the typist at the firm is a dumb-and-deaf man and the way he is a
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.
One who wants to start legal aid society at college level must intern with DLSA. All efforts are not going into vain, there is still some hope left. By Rahul Kapoor, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, 2nd year
The research assistants should be prepared to physically go to local law libraries to track down legal documents that are not available online. As such, we are looking for research assistants who reside in (or are in close proximity to) the states of interest and have access to local legal documents.