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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

NLU-O · Reflections

Plagiarism: A Choice, or An Imposition?

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?


I’m Being Harrassed At Home: NLU-O

This article was submitted to Ergo by an anonymous author from the National Law University, Odisha. A part of me with better judgement dictates that I don’t get this piece published. But, taking a cue from the hostel authorities in my college I’ll let my whims and fancies drive me. Any sensible adult may at… Continue reading I’m Being Harrassed At Home: NLU-O

NLSIU, Bangalore · NLU-O

Changing Cultures: NLSIU, Bangalore (AlumniSpeak)

This interview was conducted and transcribed for 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.   Prof. Abhik Majumdar has gained his first degree in law from the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. He… Continue reading Changing Cultures: NLSIU, Bangalore (AlumniSpeak)