MNLU-N students can now graduate as judicial officers for direct recruitment: CJI Bobde
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) has come up with a course in “Nyay Shastra”, based on the ancient Indian judicial system that will train individuals as judicial officers and they can be recruited as judges directly without any further training, said Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde at the inauguration of a new block in MNLU-N.
Several other dignitaries, along with the CJI, such as Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray were present at the inaugural function.
The university has also come up with one more course in “Nyay Shastra” that would be using Sanskrit language. For this, the university has tied up with Ramtek- based Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University.
MNLU provides national outlook to all its students. It has world class classrooms and facilities that can be compared to renowned institutions, such as Harvard, Oxford, etc.
NLSIU offers online and hybrid programmes for all
The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) offers online and distance education for master’s degree and diplomas for people from all backgrounds. If you belong to a business background and want to pursue law, the college offers business law. If you are from an IT programme, and want to pursue law in the same horizon, you can opt for cyber law. More such courses are being offered by the university.
NLSIU aims at promoting excellence in legal education and raise the standard of learning law. The university offers hybrid programmes in various subjects. You can visit the website (https://www.nls.ac.in/online-and-hybrid-programmes/) to know more about the courses.
NALSAR University of Law hosts second edition of public international moot court competition 2021
NALSAR University of Law will hold its second edition of United Nations High Commission for refugees Public International Law Moot Court Competition in virtual mode from May 15 to 16. The competition is being organised in association with the Indian Society of International Law, Enhelion Education Company and SSC Online and Eastern Book Company.
The aim of this competition is to conduct further research work on emerging issues of public international law. Different law institutions are eligible to take part in the competition.
The university has attached all the details and information related to the competition on their website: https://www.nalsar.ac.in/
Admin of LSAT-India from June 14
As per a Law School Admission Council (LSAC) notification, the second administration of the LSAT-India 2021 will be in the week starting June 14. For this, an online proctored test will be held with a deadline of June 4.
LSAT is being used by many top colleges in India as the key entrance exam for securing admission to their law programmes. The list of colleges accepting LSAT-India as one of the key admission criteria can be accessed at their website.
Please visit the relevant website for more details and for Covid-19 restrictions for classes and exams. There could be last-minute changes, depending on the pandemic situation in the country. So, keep a close watch on the updates available.