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NLSIU teams excel in ConQuest 2016

The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru, teams have won top two places in ConQuest 2016, a national-level quiz contest on Indian Constitution, history and polity. Jeydev CS and Abhishek Choudhary, fourth-year students, emerged as ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

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Age no bar in NLSIU classrooms

They say there is no end to learning. Then why should there be a limit to the number of degrees one can have? The premier National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, entry into which would otherwise mean cracking the extremely tough Common Law ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Bhavin Patel, actor, ex-Rainmaker, ex-NLSIU, joins 2013-start-up Aureus Law as counsel

NLSIU Bangalore 2002 graduate Bhavin Patel has joined as an of counsel in Mumbai the law firm Aureus Law Partners, which was started in 2013 by former HSA Advocates partner Abhishek Dutta ( paywall link ) and senior associate Rashmi Chaudhury, ...
 Legally India2 weeks ago Aureus Law Partners ropes in ex-Rainmaker, NLSIU grad Bhavin Patel for Mumbai office  Bar & Bench2 weeks ago
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[Exclusive]: K Law builds Delhi office with NLSIU grads, Citius founders Abhishek Shinde, Atish Kumar Vatts

Krishnamurthy & Co has hired Citius Law Partners co-founders Abhishek Shinde and Atish Kumar Vatts as Partners in its Delhi office. Confirming the hires, K Law Managing Partner Naina Krishnamurthy said, I am delighted to have Atish and Abhishek as ...
 Bar & Bench3 weeks ago K Law hires Delhi part of short-lived Citius start-up with partners Abhishek Shinde, Atish Kumar Vatts  Legally India3 weeks ago Khaitan gains national cap markets practice with K Law Delhi partner Gautham Srinivas  Legally India4 weeks ago

NLSIU's 3rd Spiritus Sports Law and Policy Essay Competition (Submit by August 23, 2016)

The Sports Committee of NLSIU in association with the Sports Law and Policy Centre, Bangaloreis organising the 3rd Spiritus Sports Law and Policy Essay Competition. Authors of the winning entries will receive cash prizes and the opportunity to ...
 Bar & Bench3 weeks ago

Interview explains NLSIU distance education (and why its Rs 3 cr Master of Business Laws (MBL) wont have to change its name)

NLS distance education: Not just a money maker but also fulfilment of social responsibility, explains Dr Sairam Bhat NLSIU Bangalore's flagship post-graduate distance education course is the Master of Business Laws (MBL), in which 964 students ...
 Legally India3 weeks ago

Meet Duane Morris Partner Saionton Basu, author of Seven Attempts

Saionton Basu, Partner at Duane Morris LLP, has penned a book titled Seven Attempts.The NLSIU Bangalore graduate has been writing on various topics and his work has been featured in multiple publications. Seven Attempts, a story about the lives of ...
 Bar & Bench4 weeks ago
Times of India

Two farmers' sons battle poverty to reach NLSIU

Bengaluru: It was sheer hard work and perseverance that helped these two students from Uttar Pradesh, who battled many odds, including poverty, to crack CLAT 2016 and land BA LLB seats in the premier National Law School of India University (NLSIU), ...
 Times of India1 month ago Two sons of farmers battle poverty to reach NLSIU  Times of India1 month ago

Law school alumni to help a poor student with Rs 3,000 per month stipend

BENGALURU: Twenty years after graduating, four alumni of the (NLSIU) have come together to start a stipend program for underprivileged students in the freshman year. This comes amidst the premier Law School's desperate efforts to become inclusive ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Small is big: students from tier I cities no longer dominate NLSIU

MELTING POT:Survey finds there has been a rise in the number of students from tier II, III and IV cities gaining admission to the National Law School of India University.— File Photo: K. Murali Kumar
 The Hindu2 months ago Inclusivity and diversity at NLSIU: Findings of a study conducted by law students  Bar & Bench2 months ago
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