Sahil Ahmad

Sahil is a staff writer at Jamia Journal, and a graduate student in the Faculty of Law. He can be reached via email at: sahilahmad [at] jamiajournal.com

Faculty of Law Holds its Annual Intra-Faculty Moot Court Competition

Shraddha Sharma presenting her case; Saturday, March 12, 2011 (Photo: Crtsy F/o Law)

The faculty of law held its annual Intra-Faculty Moot Court Competition on Saturday, March 12, 2011. Moot courts are organized at law schools as a practice ground for future litigants and advocates. The participants take part in simulated court proceedings which includes drafting briefs (or memorials) and participating in oral argument in front of judges. Moot court does not involve ...

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OPINION: Foreign Universities in India Should be Allowed but Regulated

Opinion

With the globalization of world economies, one doesn’t expect any sector to grow in solitude, especially when that sector is the education sector. So India opening up it’s education sector for the world is a welcome step towards a better future in educational infrastructure. Indian education sector has always been under criticism for it’s lack of global exposure. Though India ...

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Legal Aid Clinic Opens at the Faculty of Law

(Center) Asha Menon inaugurating the legal aid clinic; Friday, March 4, 2011 (Photo: Crtsy Faculty of Law)

In an initiative to give effect to the policy and directions of the National Legal Service Authority (NLSA), a specialized legal aid clinic has been set up at the faculty of law. Legal Aid is the provision of assistance to people otherwise unable to afford legal representation and access to the court system. It also works towards creating awareness among ...

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