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TOP LEGAL INTERNSHIPS FOR THIS WEEK – DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 30, 2021

Internship Opportunity at NISD, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Delhi: Apply by Sep 25 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdIB1yT3JD1aLa7ehx6gPzzD8SFcLD2diHouk1_jTyU5gCaeg/viewform Online Internship Opportunity with The Critegal [2 Vacancies]: Apply by Sep 26 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfq_-8ZzxE6Yt8bCwOwVK-eRQ2mb00GozbtxNsJWgyJ7u-23A/viewform World Bank Legal Internship Program 2022 Spring Cycle https://www.worldbank.org/en/about/careers/programs-and-internships/Legal-Internship-Program Nasdaq Futures Summer Internship 2022, Bangalore [10 Weeks]: Apply by Sep 30 https://nasdaq.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Global_External_Site/job/India—Bangalore/XMLNAME-2022-Summer-Internship—Bangalore_R0008837 Internship Opportunity in Economic Affairs with UN-ESCAP, Delhi/Remote: Apply […]

Karnataka HC issued notice to NLSIU to assist in drafting a roadmap for govt. schools’ infrastructure development.

A two-judge bench of Justice B V Nagarathna and Justice Hanchate Sanjeevkumar while hearing a petition filed by Anti-Corruption Council of India underlining the poor infrastructure in govt. or aided schools in the state issued a notice to Centre for Child and the Law (NLSIU Bengaluru) and to Dr V P Niranjanaradhya, Senior Fellow CCL NLSIU, to assist the court to prepare a roadmap for providing infrastructure in govt and aided schools in the state. The court also asked them to consider the funds available and relevant factors while drafting the plan.

TOP INTERNSHIPS DEADLINE – 20TH JULY

Online Internship Opportunity with GNLU’s DPIIT-IPR Chair: DEADLINE – 20 July             Interested candidates are required to send their application along with the following requirements to dpiitchair@gnlu.ac.in Cover letter (in the body of the e-mail)  Curriculum vitae; and  A writing sample either published or unpublished on Intellectual Property Law (between 1000-1500 words including footnotes) The subject line of the email should […]

Karnataka High Court Order directing promotion of respondent (NLSIIU student) not to be treated as precedent: Supreme Court

Referring to Clause 4 of Regulation III of the BA LLB (Hons.) Academic and Examinations Regulations of 2009, the High Court stated, “There is absolutely no material on record to show that the subject teacher has found the evidence of plagiarism had referred the matter to the UGC Chairman in writing and had sent a written intimation to the student. The petitioner came to know of the alleged plagiarism only after inquiry with the Registry of the University when his exam result was not announced; this act of the University constitutes a grave error apparent on the face of the record.”

ICFAI Law School signs MoU with National Forensic Sciences University

By Arshita Anand To coordinate and collaborate in activities relating to the field of Forensic Sciences, Icfai Law School, Hyderabad, a constituent of the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU), Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The MoU was signed with the vision that ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education would be […]

MHCET EXAM REGISTRATION DATES ARE OUT

Written by Shrey Garg Website Link – Click for more details on official website. Information Brochure – Click for knowing every information on MHCET. The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra released the form for the MH-CET Law exam on 28th June 2021. It is the common entrance test for getting admission in law colleges offering a 5-year BA-LLB degree in […]

Christ University student alleges invigilator addressed her as ‘baby’, sparks row

In the viral image on social media, there is the screenshot of chat between her and proctor, in which she initially asks her proctor to end her examination as she already submitted the paper, the proctor replied as “another three minutes baby”. By this behavior she got offended and made a complaint about this to her concerned faculty, the faculty did not took her concern seriously and said it’s just a “caring approach” and there is “nothing wrong” in it.