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Call for Papers: National Law School of India Review [Vol 28 (1)]; Submit by Nov 30

Submissions may be emailed to mail.nlsir@gmail.com under the subject heading '28(1) NLSIR - Submissions'.
Call for Papers: National Law School Journal 2015-16

JOB POST @ NLSIU Bangalore: Research Jobs | Apply Now

The applicant must have a background in law, must have good research skills and proven fluency in written and spoken English. Initiative and the ability to work on his/ her own will be appreciated.
Call for Papers: National Law School Journal 2015-16

NLSIU Lawshop on Indian Competition Law and Economics [April 25-26]: Register by April 20

The request for registration may be addressed in the enclosed form by April 20, 2015 to icle@nls.ac.in
Call for Papers: National Law School Journal 2015-16

Call for Papers: NLS National Seminar on Cyber Security & Cyber Laws [Dec 27-28]; Submit by Oct 5

An Abstract of the research paper, not exceeding 250 words, accompanied by a Covering letter containing: Title of the Paper, Full Name of the Author/authors, Complete Address with Contact Number and E-mail Address must be submitted as attachment via email to clf@nls.ac.in
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VIA NLSIR: Best Essays of the 7th Nani Palkhivala Foundation Taxation Law Essay Competition [# 3 by Dwaipayan Banerjee]

We requested NLSIR and the authors to share the prize winning entries with us so that the essays could be made available for a wider audience. They are sweet chaps and they agreed. A big shout out to all the authors and the people at NLSIR!
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Interview with NLSIU Debating Society’s Convenor Nayan Banerjee: Know what makes NLSIU a Debating Powerhouse

Consistent practice, watching debate videos and relevant readings, both scholarly and otherwise, are valued. Similarly, watching a good movie/documentary or episodes of a good TV show (e.g. The Wire) may help your arguments more than reading some article.
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NLS Bangalore’s Sports Fest Spiritus 2014 [Aug 27-29]: Register by Aug 14

NLS, Bangalore is organizing the annual inter-college sports-fest, "SPIRITUS" from 27th to 29th August. The registration are open till 14th August. For registration, you can contact organisers at spiritus.nls@gmail.com
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VIA NLSIR: Best Essays of the 7th Nani Palkhivala Foundation Taxation Law Essay Competition [# 2 by Hardeep Singh]

The concept of Permanent Establishment (“PE”) is fast changing in a world beyond geographical boundaries, where the end-customer is located. There is a deep need felt to address the issues that emanate from such transactions.
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Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Socio Legal Review; Submit by Nov 1

Contributions should be mailed only in a soft copy to slr@nls.ac.in and sociolegalreview.nls@gmail.com, the subject of the mail being ‘Submission for 2014 Volume’. Biographical information is to be provided in a removable title page.
Call for Papers: National Law School Journal 2015-16

Internship @ NLSIU’s Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA), Bangalore: Research on Environment Law, Book Reviews, No Stipend

People at Commons Cell/CEERA, NLSIU are great and made me feel at ease the very first day. Since I was the only intern in the beginning, I had the opportunity of working with all the Research Officers.
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On Koushal V. Naz and LGBTQ Rights: Statement by the Student Bar Association, National Law School of India University

We will continue to respond by participating in protests, releasing white-papers and reports on the concerns raised by the decision in Koushal, and ensuring that we continue to be a safe space for openness, inclusiveness, free thought and self-expression.