This article was submitted by Ananya Shukla, a third-year (Batch 2015-2020) at the Symbiosis Law School, Noida. For a law student, the main question that pops up is whether to drop a year or not? Will it be of any benefit if I rely on such decision? Whether it will work as per my game… Continue reading Two Years, Struggles & Being a Budding Lawyer: SLS, Noida
Vaibhav Aggarwal is an alumnus of National Law University, Delhi; having graduated from Mayo College, Ajmer. He is scheduled to start working in the Delhi office of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas from July, 2017 in the litigation department. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org What were your reasons for choosing law? Were you ever confused whether… Continue reading Corp or Lit : NLU, Delhi
This article was submitted to Ergo by Aditi Gupta, a second-year (Batch 2016-2021) at the Institute of Law, Nirma University. Institute of Law Nirma University is the best place to invest your precious 5 years of life. As a CLAT aspirant, I was also depressed about not getting NLU at first hand. But after opting… Continue reading Nirma Diary: ILNU, Ahmedabad
Mohit Dang is a second-year student(Batch of 2016-2021) at the Rajiv Gandhi National Univerisity of Law, Punjab. He describes himself as a ‘Pseudo-Bong’, particularly because the Bengali community refuses to accept him as one truly of their own, and also because he feels an inclination towards quintessential Bengali intellectualism, but because his physical traits betray… Continue reading One Year Hence: RGNUL, Patiala
This article was submitted to Ergo by an author named Cryptic Candour. Indeed a sorry state of affair, Where copying occurs without care; Argued fair use and public domain, Systematic destruction of the brain. A question even more serious, Than any action deleterious; Where aping is the fashion And creation an exception! What… Continue reading Plagiarism: A Choice, or An Imposition?