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#FresherFunda 02: Acing Problem-Based Questions

#FresherFunda is about all the things you need to know to survive and thrive in the first year of law school and beyond. And many of the habits you develop through these tips can not only be used to succeed in law school, but in your future career...

#FresherFunda 01: Connect With Your Seniors

#FresherFunda is about all the things you need to know to survive and thrive in the first year of law school and beyond. And many of the habits you develop through these tips can not only be used to succeed in law school, but in your future career...

To stand or not: National Anthem during movies

Taking a Stand on Sitting Down The Supreme Court’s interim order pursuant to the writ petition filed by Shyam Narayan Chouksey seems to suggest that your love for your country should be demonstrated openly and publicly every time you go to a theatre...

Cyril Shroff: The M&A King of India

 Cyril Shroff on Amarchand Mangaldas before the split Cyril Shroff is an Indian corporate lawyer. He is the Managing Partner of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas and used to be the Managing Partner of Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff &...

Law schools should organise more court visits

A walk along the corridors of justice It is possible to get lost in the winding corridors of court complexes when you are visiting a court for the first room. On its face, a court is little more than the main building with many small courtrooms...

Why are so many cases pending in India’s courts?

India’s Long Wait for Justice Why did the Chief Justice of India have a “breakdown” about Judicial Pendency? Is the judiciary doing nothing about the massive backlog of pending cases at the courts? Are the courts really that slow...

Legends in Law: Soli Sorabjee

Soli Sorabjee wants lawyers to come under Consumer Protection Act Soli Sorabjee is an Indian jurist and former Attorney-General of India. Sorabjee was awarded the Padma Vibhushan for his defense of the freedom of expression and the protection of...

Life as a Law Student

Sports, debating, fests – there’s always something happening at law school Many of you must be eagerly waiting to have the law school experience for the first time – the new sights, sounds, and smells (the hostel rooms, bathrooms, and nearby...