And as I look back, Law school has been competitive, but it’s never been about just the grades. Most students I find here are extremely opinionated. However, they are not the Arnab Goswami Types.
This article was submitted to us by Namratha Murugeshan, a first year at NALSAR. Her contributions will be posted every alternate Wednesday – so do look out for updates from the City of Pearls Hello! My name’s Namratha, A little about myself- I am an avid reader who does not like to be restricted by… Continue reading Introduction: NALSAR
This article was submitted to us by Sriya Sridhar. Look out for her contributions every Friday, right here on Ergo. Hi, I’m Sriya Sridhar. I’ve grown up in Bangalore, but along with my attachment to the city comes a strong case of wanderlust. Maybe this is why I ended up going across the country to Jindal… Continue reading Introduction: JGLS
This article was submitted to Ergo by Shivangi Bajpai, a first year at NLU-Odisha, originally hailing from Jodhpur. She is a voracious reader, and writing poetry is one of her guilty pleasures. In the Aftermath of the release of the juvenile, accused of raping Jyoti Singh, in the winter of December 2012, Rajya Sabha in… Continue reading Opinion Piece: Are We The Impairers?
A law school magazine, by law students, and for law students. This venture by two law students, Tejas Rao, and Shounak Banerjee, is to shed light upon the vast subject that is law. We live in a day and age, where IIT’s capture all the limelight, where engineering is the subject of the “elite”. We… Continue reading About Us