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NLSIU 3 Day Certificate Course In Cyber Crime, Cyber Forensics & Cyber Laws [Nov 20-22]

Send the details of payment by email to nagarathna@nls.ac.in

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'.

Internship Experience: NLSIU Bangalore’s Advanced Centre on Cyber Law and Forensics

There were friendly faces all around ready to help me out at any given instant. Sometimes, I didn't even need to ask. Also, being a the premier law school of the country, the environment there is extremely conducive to research work. By Devrupa Rakshit, NUJS, 3rd Year
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
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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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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 Researchers @ NLSIU’s The Commons Cell; LLM Grads Only; Apply by July 10

The Commons Cell hereby invites applications from eligible candidates for the post of Research Officer. The candidates must hold a Master Degree in Law with minimum 55% Marks from a recognized university.
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‘Legal Education: India’s Place at the High Table’ by Gopal Sankarnarayanan [DOWNLOAD]

After having observed the institution for many years, and having been within it for five, one can only presume that a social engineer is to be created from hours in libraries poring over dusty tomes, in competing mindlessly for moot courts and high CGPA’s, in building glowing CVs on the back of mediocre publications, and in displaying painstaking diligence to conformist thought.

Internship Experience @ NLSIU’s Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA), Bangalore

They have a website of their own where they have compiled most cases. However some of these aren't updated. The intern's work is to make case commentaries and upload it onto their website, http://www.nlsenlaw.org

ICC Young Arbitrators Forum Seminar on International Commercial Arbitration [April 18, NLSIU Bangalore]

The seminar, hosted by the National Law School of India University (NLS) in conjunction with the NLS International Arbitration Moot and Conference National, will be conducted in English and will include a panel discussion on “Non-Enforcement of Arbitration Awards as Breaches of Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) obligations” and a networking reception.
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LAMP Fellowship Interviews: Interview with Preeta Dhar, NLSIU Graduate, LAMP Fellow 2012-13

As a law student, the very idea of being at such close proximity to the process of law-making was itself an extremely exciting thought. In addition, I've always been more fascinated by the macro-level implications of laws and the law making process, as opposed to, say, applying the law to a specific transaction.