My Preparation for the Battle of IPU Common Entrance Test

By Samridhi Talwar, University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi. The University School of Law and Legal Studies is a part of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Nestled in Dwarka, this college is well known amongst students wishing…

Fast and Accurate Reading: The Only Skill you Need for Comprehension Exercises

By Teesta Lahiri, National Law University, Odisha. In CLAT, AILET and other law entrance examinations, the section on English has a varying weightage of 20-25% (40 out of 200 questions in CLAT, 35 out of 150 questions in AILET) which…

Journey so far: Sanya D. Kishwar on winning a Fellowship from Pennsylvania State University

By Sanya D. Kishwar, Central University of South Bihar, Bodh Gaya. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less travelled by And that has made all the difference. Greetings to all my friends, seniors and elders!…

The GNLU Gender & Sexuality Forum: A Story of Survival

By Arnaaz Ameer, Gujarat National Law University. How the Gender and Sexuality Forum came about In the summer of 2017, I developed an interest in gender studies. My knowledge of feminism or the issues faced by the LGBTQ community, till…

Legal Aid Committee: Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

By Nitesh Jindal, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow. Article 39A of the Indian Constitution creates a non-justiciable right against the State to provide free legal aid to the poor people. Despite that the State has not been able…

Internship Experience: HOPE NGO

By Sunidhi Singh, Army Institute of Law, Mohali. “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”-Ronald Reagan Today, a great number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), functional throughout the world, are providing a variety of services for humanitarian causes. Since…

GNLU’s Stetson Saga: 2016-2017

Hello Mooting Enthusiasts! Let us take you on a journey which was first of its kind in more ways than one. This was the first time an Indian team brought home the trophy of one of the most sought after…

Crime and Gender: Arguments for Gender Neutral Laws Regarding Sexual Offences

By Soumyaditya Dasgupta, WBNUJS. Introduction- Crime is considered to be a ‘gendered’ phenomenon. Criminal offenders tend to be mostly men. The number of female offenders are far fewer than that of male offenders[1]. So does it mean that females do…

Review: ‘My Name is Mary Sutter’ by Robin Oliveira

By Sandhya Shyamsundar, WBNUJS, Kolkata This riveting saga takes place in New York, during the American Civil War in 1861. Enter Mary Sutter, much respected, remarkable and adept midwife who’s sole intent is to become a surgeon and to prove…