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About Sickness & Sore Throats: JGLS

This article was sent in to us by Akansha Rukhaiyar, a second-year at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS). It has been a rough week. By rough, I wish I meant because of a grueling internship. But no, a weekend of weddings and engagement ceremonies followed by multiple Pokemon Go expeditions have taken a toll on me… Continue reading About Sickness & Sore Throats: JGLS

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From Outer Space to Jeffrey Archer: JGLS

This post was submitted to us by Darpan Singhi, a graduate of the 2011-2016 batch of Jindal Global Law School.  My decision to study law was never consequentialist. I had no agendas of becoming a corporate lawyer or filing PIL petitions. I was merely curious about the law because of the rhetoric that surrounds it… Continue reading From Outer Space to Jeffrey Archer: JGLS

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An Open Letter to 2016 Law Aspirants: JGLS

This article was submitted to us by Sriya Sridhar, whose love for traveling and music is exceeded only by her love for Tea. Look out for her contributions every weekend, right here on Ergo. Hi there. So it’s near the end of January, and at this point there are three and a half months or so… Continue reading An Open Letter to 2016 Law Aspirants: JGLS

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Thanks, For Not Being My “Teacher”: JGLS

This article was sent in to us by Akansha Rukhaiyar, a first-year at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS). The Indian education system endows a great deal of respect on teachers. Do not question them. Do not defy them. Accept whatever they say as if it is the Holy Grail. They are given the status of God.… Continue reading Thanks, For Not Being My “Teacher”: JGLS