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Where should I intern in first year of law school?

Where should I intern in first year of law school?

Most preferable internship for a first-year student could be in an NGO. They provide students with an opportunity to directly deal with people in need and develop some empathy towards them. Some find NGOs the best option for their first internship because they haven’t explored law that much…

What should one add to their LinkedIn profile in the first year?

What should one add to their LinkedIn profile in the first year?

Remember the time on Facebook when y’all posted memes which were most often just cat pictures or other times some nonsensical stuff? We’ve all done that sorts of stuff and man, it was so easy for us as opposed to the recent situation when as a first-year law student, I was panicking and getting clueless about things as simple as a LinkedIn profile…

Can I do CS with law?

Can I do CS with law?

CS is a complete course in itself and combining it with LLB is a great fusion. It’s not everyone’s piece of cake though but if you are ready to give whatever it takes for you to achieve your dream and passion, then grab the chance and make it worth your sacrifices. Choosing CS with law opens the door for the corporate world to you where making a place may seem difficult…

How to reduce stress during exams?

How to reduce stress during exams?

I wouldn’t be surprised if someone comes up to me and says that, they are having a hard time concentrating because of the peer pressure on their mind. Considering the sombre times we are living in when we have more than enough things to worry about, corona strikes our stress like cheese burst to our pizza…

Importance of public speaking in law school

Importance of public speaking in law school

You need to speak well to make connections and present yourself in the best way possible in the speeches you make. This is also one of the reasons why such diverse alternatives exist in the domain of public speaking in law schools, giving rise to multiple cultures, the most prominent of which are Mooting, Debating, MUNs…

Do reading habits give you an edge in law entrance exams?

Do reading habits give you an edge in law entrance exams?

If you’re a fan of ‘twinkle-twinkle little star’ and that’s the most literature you’ve read in your life, congratulations, we’re on the same boat. I have always been the typical child in front of the television with no interest in reading books. While my school friends talked about how cool Harry Porter was, I didn’t have a clue about it…

Which societies to join in your first year of law school?

Which societies to join in your first year of law school?

Let’s get philosophical on this one, shall we? To answer the above question, you need to find the answers to these questions: Why is your college the way it is? Why is its reputation the way it is? Why is everything the way it is? It’s all about these basic questions; stay tuned to find out more…

Is it necessary to have communication skills in law school?

Is it necessary to have communication skills in law school?

If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering why this is even important. This is important so that you land upon an equal level playing ground with all the other extroverts of your college. Everything in your law school life is highly dependent on….

5 qualities of a good law student

5 qualities of a good law student

Many qualities make a great law student. Chances are that you already exhibit some of these. So, here I can save your time and hone in on these 5 skills throughout law school that will prepare you for a successful legal career…

Importance of English in a law school

Importance of English in a law school

The crazy law-based tv serial ‘Adaalat’ on which we all drooled as teenagers dealt with the IPC. Indian Penal Code as we know was enacted in 1860 while India was still a British colony. We inherited the current legal structure from the English-speaking Britishers…

Law in online mode

Law in online mode

While joining law school all I ever imagined was attending law school in a black suit, listening to lectures, participating in moots, interacting with professors and colleagues, but all this fancy imagination was halted by a zoom call…

B.Com LL.B v. B.A. LL.B

B.Com LL.B v. B.A. LL.B

Welcome to the Law School edition of “Sophie’s Choice”. The only difference here is that you choose which law course you would like to study BA or B.Com. You’ve finally gotten into law school after sleepless nights and immense efforts. But, again a decision is to be made. Now, this decision is something that is going to stick with you…