This article comes to us from Khush Alam Singh, a second year student from Jindal Global Law School. When he’s not busy debating or reading about international affairs, he can be found around campus with is headphones on, listening to EDM. It is now confirmed in my head that the best way to realize the… Continue reading Private v. Public- Big Difference.
This post was submitted to Ergo by Navami Krishnamurthy, a student of the 2023 batch at Jindal Global Law School. Everything I had heard about law school turned out to be false. I heard many stories from school seniors who took up law as a profession. Their version of law school terrified me, and to… Continue reading A Little Candour on Law School: JGLS
This article was submitted to us by Sriya Sridhar, a second-year at the Jindal Global Law School, whose love for traveling and music is exceeded only by her love for Tea. I came back to college early this semester, to be a part of The Buddy Project, which is an orientation program of sorts for the… Continue reading Can I Put This On My CV?: 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
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
This article was sent in to us by Akansha Rukhaiyar, a first-year at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS). Hostel life was difficult, they said. It would make you miss things that you take for granted, like the fact that you can eat a proper meal at any time of the day, or that your contribution to… Continue reading Take Me Back: 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. As I write this, I’m looking out of a window. I see some people I know, I see our pretty lawn, and… Continue reading Community: JGLS