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For Incoming Law Students

This post was submitted to Ergo by Anmol Gupta, a fifth-year (batch of 2019) at the National Law University, Orissa. A lot has changed since I wrote my last article here on Ergo, in which I waxed poetic about joining NLUO. My university has grown substantially since then, population-wise and in reputation. What has not… Continue reading For Incoming Law Students

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Quit Law School & Code – A Potential Exit Strategy: GNLU

This article was submitted to Ergo by Shashwat Ashiya, a student of the 2017-2022 Batch at the Gujarat National Law University. Before you begin reading this article, I’d like to put it out there that I’m not dropping out nor am I advocating (pardon the pun) others to drop out of law school and follow… Continue reading Quit Law School & Code – A Potential Exit Strategy: GNLU

Faculty of Law, Delhi University

The Plain Truth – Campus Law Centre, DU

This article was submitted to Ergo by an anonymous author. If anyone wishes to write to the author, please contact us at lawyergomag@gmail.com It’s been some five odd months since I joined the Campus Law Centre. I would not like to delve into why I am pursuing law right now, but I will talk about… Continue reading The Plain Truth – Campus Law Centre, DU

Faculty of Law, Allahabad University

Against Popular Sentiment: Faculty of Law, Allahabad University

This article was written for Ergo by Sherwyn Andrew Haqq, a student of the Batch of 2016-2021.  Having belonged to the science stream in school, when I told my family and friends that I was going to pursue law, their reactions were exactly how I imagined them to be – Shocked, astonished, confused and disappointed. A… Continue reading Against Popular Sentiment: Faculty of Law, Allahabad University