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
This article was submitted to Ergo by Swini Khara, a student of the Batch of 2021 at the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad When you start college at an NLU, you are a thrilled law student who wants to explore and take up almost every opportunity your law school provides you with. It is your… Continue reading IMLAM 2017: NALSAR
This article was submitted to Ergo by Samaksh Sood, a student of the Batch of 2015-2020 at the Gujarat National Law Universiy. Mooting, I was once informed, is a quest for academic excellence, involving sheer perseverance, strategy and application of mind that seeks to answer complex questions in niche areas of legal practice. Mooting, I… Continue reading Manfred Lachs: GNLU
Rushal Shah is at present, a fourth-year student at the Gujarat National Law University. His team won the Asia Pacific Rounds of the ELSA WTO Moot Court Competition last year and were World Quarter-Finalists. Rushal won the Best Speaker Finals, Asia Pacific Rounds and Best Speaker, Prelims, World Rounds, as his teammate Meera won the Best… Continue reading My Journey to Geneva: GNLU
Meera Manoj is currently a third-year law student at Gujarat National Law University. Her team won the Asia Pacific Rounds of the ELSA WTO Moot Court Competition last year and were World Quarter-Finalists. She won the Best Speaker citation in Semi-Finals and was the second-best speaker in Prelims of the Asia Pacific Rounds. Her teammate,… Continue reading Four Takeaways from the ELSA WTO Moot Court Competition: GNLU
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?
This piece was written by Akanksha Singh, a third-year (2015-2020) student at the Gujarat National Law University, who was a quarter-finalist at the World Rounds of the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition 2017. “Hey, do you think we still have a shot at individual speaker citations?” he asked me hesitantly before we left the… Continue reading Oh, the Places We Did Go: ICC 2017