(The author is a Lecturer at the Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. The prompt behind this post came from three of her students: Akshay Purandare, Manan Parekh and Ritvik Mishra. The author thanks Malcolm Katrak for his insightful comments on … Continue reading Mistaken Illustrations
With the onset of the new month and examinations overhead, it is about time to quantify how much of the assignments are complete, and all of it has to come through in the next few days. If one has little … Continue reading Importance of Assignments for Law Students
As it is rightly said, “The first impressions last long”, well your resume is no different. In most cases, your resume is your first contact with your potential employer, and hence, your best shot to stand out among the other … Continue reading Want to become a lawyer? Get your resume right following these simple tricks!
Right from the beginning, when a student frames his mind to take up the legal profession, then and there, he is made aware of the tedious route. From entrance test battle to decoding the ambiguity over placements, this route of … Continue reading Legal Education in India: From ‘what is’ to ‘what could be’
For Indians, it is a common phenomenon to undermine the judicial system and mock the professionals by saying they don’t do any work. But is it really true? In the year 2014, the Delhi high court granted a divorce to … Continue reading 5 Interesting Law Case Studies: A takeaway of knowledge for students
Forget the European and American reading lists for law students. Here we have our own customised reading list for law students in India. Thank us later! Learning the law The ‘all-time favourite’ gets repeated, again. Although the book is not … Continue reading 6 books every law student should read!