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  • Recruitment BrochureRecruitment Brochure 20142014 Recruitment Brochure 2014 SCHOOL OF LAW, CHRIST UNIVERSITYSCHOOL OF LAW, CHRIST UNIVERSITYSCHOOL OF LAW, CHRIST UNIVERSITY Declared as Deemed to be University under Section 3 of UGC Act 1956
  • Core Values: Faith in God Moral Uprightness Love of Fellow Beings Social Responsibility Pursuit of Excellence Vision: Excellence and Service Mission: Christ University is a nurturing ground for an individual's holistic development to make effective contribution to the society in a dynamic environment. This year’s Recruitment Brochure is based on the theme of ‘Growth Rings’ of a tree, which indicates the passage of a year in the life of a tree. Just as the tree braves various challenges of nature, bearing ‘growth rings’ as a mark of its endurance and adaptability to changing environments, the students of the 2014 batch, have overcome various challenges, willing to learn and grow in an academically productive way. The training and exposure that they have received for ive years has enabled them in honing skills that are very much required for this profession, giving them the con idence to face all future challenges.
  • Message from the Vice Chancellor Message from the Director Message from the Head of the Department About School of Law, Christ University Courses offered Selection Procedure Infrastructure and Campus Life The Batch of 2014 Curriculum Evaluation Faculty Internships Achievements of the Batch of 2014 On Campus Activities Organised by the Students Student Pro iles Past Recruiters Recruitment Policy Recruiter Registration Form Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 12 13 14 17 21 27 40 41
  • Message from the Vice Chancellor Today's world with its rapid pace in development requires competent and dedicated professionals. Christ University through the School of law, ful ills this need for professionals in the legal ield. School of Law, Christ University with a constantly evolving syllabus that is aimed at keeping students aware of the latest developments, excellent infrastructure which includes a library that is amongst the best in terms of providing access to both physical and online resources, dedicated faculty and ambitious students has created a niche for itself in the ield of legal education. Further, the students have taken the initiative to not only participate in a wide variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities but also to organize moot courts, conferences, workshops and debates. The batch of 2014 has played an active part in helping SLCU achieve recognition as a good law school. This batch of students with their eagerness to learn more than just what is taught in the classroom have embraced every internship opportunity and indicated their potential to be great legal practitioners. As potential recruiters, please do take the opportunity to see the caliber of our students. Dr (Fr) Thomas C Mathew Vice Chancellor, Christ University 1
  • Message from the Director 2 Fr Benny Thomas Director, School of Law, Christ University It gives me immense pleasure in presenting to you the fourth batch of students of School of Law, Christ University set to graduate in the year 2014. It was with this batch in the year 2009 that we introduced BBA LLB (Hons.) along with BA LLB (Hons.) continuing the trend of innovation in learning. This marks a commendable growth that, we as an institution, have achieved since its inception in the year 2006. The Curriculum of School of Law is very dynamic, keeping in mind the current requirements of the industry and the upcoming areas of law. The students are taught a wide range of subjects which helps them in gaining an insight into the multifarious facets this profession can offer. The institution, espousing the core values of the University, believes in holistic development of its students. Thus it has been successfully able to produce students year after year who not only excel in academics but have also proved their mettle in moot courts, debates, client counseling, arbitration and mediation competitions, conferences and paper presentations at national and international level and have also excelled in the ield of research and publications. It is my sincere belief that, following the footsteps of the alumni of SLCU, these students too will carve a niche for themselves in this ield and given an opportunity, the students of this batch would be an asset to any organisation they serve and would contribute positively to the growth of not just the legal industry but this nation as a whole. I take this opportunity to welcome your esteemed organisation to form a close association with this outstanding and diverse group of students.
  • Message from the Head of the Department It is my proud privilege to introduce the students of the fourth batch of the School of Law, Christ University and I would like to congratulate them for their achievements. Our students have re lected their hard work, dedication and perseverance in various spheres, including academics and extra-curricular activities. School of Law aims at providing students the opportunity to excel and nurture the qualities and skills that will make them professionals in their ield. With a pro icient faculty dedicated to expanding the horizons of the students, they encourage and emphasise on all-round development. This specialised environment has contributed to the growth of our students into socially aware, industrially competent and resourceful individuals. The Batch of 2014 has seized opportunities and let themselves shine. School of Law encourages participation and involvement in activities such as moot court competitions, scholarly research and writing, debating skills and various sporting competitions. The student body has been involved in the organisational and managerial aspects of several lectures, symposia, debates, competitions, conferences and panel discussions. The School of Law's approach towards overall advancement of its students has helped it grow immensely. Having had the opportunity to teach and mentor both, BA and BBA classes, I am con ident that each individual will contribute considerably and signi icantly to the legal fraternity. We would like to welcome you to our campus for placements and are certain that it will be a mutually bene icial experience. 3 Dr C S Somu Associate Dean and Head of the Department
  • About School of Law, Christ University 4 Formed in 2006, School of Law (SLCU), is a part of Christ University, Bangalore, which was founded and is administered by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). CMI, the irst indigenous Catholic religious congregation of India with a membership of 2000, renders its service to humanity in educational, social, healthcare and other activities. The parent university, a premier educational institution, is an academic fraternity of individuals dedicated to the motto of excellence and service and already has a proven history of success in the ield of education. Though it is a minority institution, Christ University maintains a secular outlook towards education. Students of all castes, religions, creeds and languages . Christ University, formerly Christ College had the rare distinction of being the irst institution in Karnataka to be accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), UGC and reaccredited with an A+ in 2005 for quality education. In four decades, The Institution has become the most preferred educational institution in the city of Bangalore. Located in a beautiful expansive campus of Christ University, Bangalore, SLCU is an institute imparting world class legal education not only to students from various parts of the country but also from across borders. The School of Law offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral programs in law as per the guidelines of the Bar Council of India and the University Grants Commission. It has a lexible curriculum offering several options in different areas of specialization. It is devised keeping in mind the requirements of legal profession and academia. The programmes offered at the School of Law incorporate a number of special opportunities such as internships, clinical programme, supervisory research and writing. In order to promote interaction between students and legal professionals, seminars, guest lectures and workshops are conducted on various subjects of law at regular intervals. SLCU also boasts of unmatched infrastructure comprising of well-equipped audio-visual classrooms, resourceful libraries with the latest legal publications and journals, information center with all-time Internet connectivity, conference halls, mini-auditoriums and above all, a conducive environment to study and explore numerous possibilities. are encouraged to be a part of this temple of learning
  • DOCTORAL PROGRAMS Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Law Courses Offered UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Law (BA., LLB) (Honours) Bachelor of Law (BBA., LLB) (Honours) POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Law (LLM) in Corporate and Commercial Law (One year) Master of Law (LLM) in Constitutional and Administrative Law (One Year) M PHIL PROGRAMS Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Law 5
  • Selection Procedure Process Particulars Entrance Test (ET) Micro Presentation (MP) Personal interview (PI) Academic Performance Christ University Entrance Test Micro Presentation for 90 sec/ student during this selection process Personal interview of each candidate by an expert panel Assessment of past performance in Class 10, Class 11/12, during the personal Interview For the BA LLB (Honours) and BBA LLB (Honours) program a pass in Class 12 (10+2)/ PUC or equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks at the inal examination is the minimum eligibility for appearing for SLCU Law Entrance Examination. For the LLM Programs a candidate who has passed LLB (3 or 5 year course) with a minimum of 50% is eligible to appear for the entrance exam. The entrance exam is followed by a personal interview. For M.Phil a candidate who has passed LLM with a minimum of 55% in any discipline is eligible to appear for the entrance exam. The entrance exam is followed by a personal interview. For the Doctoral Program a candidate who has an LLM with a minimum of 55% marks awarded by any University recognized by the UGC / Indian Association of Universities is eligible to appear for the entrance exam. The entrance exam is followed by interviews. 6
  • Infrastructure and Campus Life MEETING HALLS A 2000 seater, air conditioned auditorium with projectors, state of the art audio and lighting system is available for functions. A 300 seater auditorium in the central block caters to the needs of diminutive meetings and workshops. Three more auditoriums namely Campus View, Sky View and Green View are located in the central block. Apart from these auditoriums, Conference Hall, Assembly Hall, Seminar Hall, Panel Room, Terrace Garden, Mini Auditorium, Council Room and Birds Park are available exclusively for institutional and departmental programmes. State of the art infrastructure amidst greenery is the hallmark of the University. Various seminar halls, Wi-Fi enabled and LCD mounted classrooms and vast sports grounds add to the ambience of this institution of higher learning. LIBRARY The Christ University library houses more than 2,50,000 books, 600 periodicals, 27 newspapers, 5000 CD's and DVD's. The library subscribes to 13 online databases with campus wide access and has more than 250 computer terminals to facilitate access to the digital world. The library in-house processes are computerized and the library catalogue is available online. UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AND WEBMAIL Students use their registered number and attendance password for accessing internet, for checking the attendance, progress report, downloading hall ticket and marks card. Course material is accessed through the Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle. Passwords are assigned by the System Administrator. The website also has campus radio, calendar and webmail which are hosted from local servers on the campus. Every student is given a Christ University email-id with 7 GB space. All academic communication is sent to this id. 7
  • PRAYER HALLS The University has prayer halls, with a serene and calm atmosphere for those who wish to spend time in silence, re lection and prayer. SPORTS AND GAMES, HEALTH AND FITNESS The University has separate courts for major sports like basketball, football, tennis, volleyball, throwball and hockey. Intra-institution and inter-institution matches and sports day give the students ample opportunity to exhibit their sports talents and skills. Christ University also has a Multi Gym and Fitness Centre for both students and faculty. The well-stocked gym consists of Multi Gym, Manual Walker, ExcerCycle and Weights. CANTEEN AND KIOSKS The spacious Cafeteria in the Auditorium Block and Fresheteria in the Central block offer the students quality food at reasonable prices. The Kiosk in Block II and the Snack Bar in Block I provide easy access to students seeking to refresh themselves with snacks during short breaks. The Ivy Hall and Gourmet provide the students ample space to relax or study with facilities such as photocopying, snacks and lunch counters and internet browsing etc. 8
  • The Batch of 2014 The batch of 2014, has been a symbol of dedication, determination, perseverance and immense talent. The emphasis that School of Law, Christ University lays on both curriculum as well as activities outside this sphere has been well- imbibed and the students have been instrumental in establishing SLCU as a distinguished centre for academic and professional excellence. Whilst this is the fourth batch under the BA LLB program and the third batch under the LLM program, year 2014 would witness the irst batch of students passing out under the BBA LLB program. The students of the 2014 batch have earned laurels both inside and outside the law school, ranging from moot court competitions, conventional and parliamentary debates, client counselling competitions, cultural events and sports tournaments. Well-trained in research methodology and writing, several students have contributed to legal literature, including national and international journals and law reviews. They are keenly engaged in social causes and have encouraged legal aid and assistance among the rest of the student body. This group of students exhibit skill, hard work, pro iciency and honesty in all their endeavours, as individuals and as a batch. Their willingness to learn and to grow will help them stand out among the legal fraternity. 9
  • Curriculum BA LLB I Year II Year III Year IV Year V Year 10 Indian Government and Politics Communicative English Principles of Economics Contract I Indian Penal Code Law of Torts - Political Theory Public Speaking Institutional Economics Contract II Jurisprudence I Penal Law II International Relations I Legal Language and Writing Law and Economics Public International Law Indian Legal and Constitutional History Law and Society - International Relations II Indian Government and Politics I Constitutional Law I Family Law I Jurisprudence Labour Law I Nation States and International Terrorism Company Law I Family Law II Constitutional Law II Labour Law II Environmental Law - International Criminal Law Company Law II Interpretation of Statutes Property Law Intellectual Property Law Law of Freedom of Information Cyber Law Administrative Law Law of Banking Law of Insurance International Trade Law Law of Mergers and Acquisitions - Law of International Institutions Telecommunication Law and Regulations Law of E-commerce Law of Investment Law of Evidence Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act Law of Taxation Medical and Health Law Election Laws Competition Law Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing Alternative Dispute Resolution - Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services Human Rights Con lict of Laws Dissertation Moot Court and Internship Professional Ethics and Accounting System
  • BBA LLB I Year II Year III Year IV Year V Year Human Resource Management Legal Language and Writing Law and Economics Public International Law Indian Legal and Constitutional History Law and Society - Principles of Finance Management Principles of Accounting Constitutional Law I Family Law I Jurisprudence Labour Law I International Business Company Law I Family Law II Constitutional Law II Labour Law II Environmental Law - International Criminal Law Company Law II Interpretation of Statutes Property Law Intellectual Property Law Law of Freedom of Information 11 Business Environment Communicative English Principles of Economics Contract I Indian Penal Code Law of Torts - Marketing Management Public Speaking Institutional Economics Contract II Jurisprudence I Penal Law II IV Year V Year Cyber Law Administrative Law Law of Banking Law of Insurance International Trade Law Law of Mergers and Acquisitions - Law of International Institutions Telecommunication Law and Regulations Law of E-commerce Law of Investment Law of Evidence Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act Law of Taxation Medical and Health Law Election Laws Competition Law Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing Alternative Dispute Resolution - Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services Human Rights Con lict of Laws Dissertation Moot Court and Internship Professional Ethics and Accounting System
  • Evaluation Assessment of each Subject Percentage Grade Grade Point Interpretation Class 80 and above A 4.0 Outstanding First Class with Distinction 73-79 66-72 60-65 55-59 50-54 45-49 40-44 39 and below A- B+ B B- C+ C D F 3.67 3.33 3 2.67 2.33 2.00 1.00 0 Excellent Very Good Good Average Satisfactory Pass Pass Fails First Class First Class First Class Second Class Second Class Pass Class Pass Class Fail Grading Scheme 50% 5% 10% 10% 25% 12 End Semester Mid Semester Research Papers/Assignments/Case Studies Class Tests/ Class Participation Attendance
  • Visiting Faculty Faculty Abhijit Rohi, LL.B, LL.M Alexander D Samuel, BL, ML Ambily P., LL.M Ankur, BA LL.B, LL.M Ann Thania Alex, BA LL.B, LL.M Arvind Radhakrishnan, BA (Hons), MA, M.Phil Dr. A.M.Krishna, MA, MA, LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D, (LL.D) Dr. Diganta Biswas, LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D Dr. (Fr.) Robert Thomas Puthussery, M.A (Lit), M.A (Theol.), Ph.D (UK) Dr. Mini S., LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D Dr. Ningthoujam Koiremba Singh, BA, MA, Ph.D Dr. Sandeep S. Desai, BA, LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D Dr. Shampa Dev, Ph.D, LL.B, LL.M Dr. Somu C. S., B.E., LL.M, Ph.D Dr. Sunitha Abhay Jain, LL.M, PGDCL, MHR, Ph.D Fincy Pellissery, BA, LL.B, LL.M Freddy Thomas, MA, MPhil Gagan K., BAL, LL.B, LL.M George K. Jose, MA, LL.B, MPhil Girish Shetty, BA LL.B, LL.M Madhuri Irene M, LL.B, LL.M Mangala Hiwarale, BA LL.B, LL.M Mukta Mane, BSL, LL.B, LL.M Nikhil Balan, LL.M Praneetha B. S., BAL, LL.B, LL.M Purnima Kedar Ulman, BA, MA, PGDPMIR Ruben V. M., MCom, MBA, M.Phil. Sourav Mandal LL.B, LL.M Sharmila N., M.A. M.Phil Shivageetha N., BAL , LL.B, LL.M, LL.M Spandana Reddy, LL.B, LL.M Subha C C, LL.B, LL.M, M.Phil Suresh Babu, IPS (Rtd.), LL.B, MBL Vaibhav Sonule, LL.B, LL.M, DCL Vasundhara Kamath S., BA LL.B, LL.M Vidya Ann Jacob, BA LL.B, LL.M Prof. (Dr.) Madhava Menon, LL.M, Ph.D., Former Director, NLSIU, Bangalore, Vice Chancellor, NUJS, Kolkata, Presently Member, Commission for Center-State Relations Prof. (Dr.) Nagaraj V., LL.M, Ph.D, Professor of Law, NLSIU, Bangalore Dr. O V Nandimath, Registrar, NLSIU, Bangalore Prof. (Dr.) K R Aithal, LL.M, Ph.D , Department of Law, Karnatak University, Dharwad Prof. (Dr.) Rajashekar, LL.M, Ph.D, Department of Law, Karnatak University, Dharwad Dr. Bheemesh M.N., LL.M, Ph.D, ALMT Legal , Bangalore Mr. Thomas Toppil, LL.M, Legal Advisor, HP India Mr. Manjappa, LL.M, Vidhyavardhka Law College, Mysore Dr. M.P. Raju, M.A., LL.B, Ph.D, Advocate, Supreme Court Dr. Sairam Bhat, LL.M, Ph.D, NLSIU, Bangalore Dr. C. S. Patil, LL.M, Ph.D, Professor, Karnataka State Law University, Hubli Dr. R. Ramachandran, LL.M, Ph.D, Advocate, Karnataka High Court Mr. Raghavendra S., LL.M, PGDADR, Advocate, Law NEST Mr. Aditya Kamath, LL.M, Head of Operations India at TLD 13
  • A & S Partners Acharya & Acharya Aditya Sondhi Law Chambers Al Tamini & Co. ALMT Legal Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. Anup S. Shah Law Firm Ardent Legal Atman Law Partners AVA Law Associates AZB & Partners B.S. Banthia & Co. Beswicks Solicitors LLP Bharucha & Partners Bhasin & Bhasin Bhasin & Co. Biz & Legis C.S. Dwarakanath and Associates Central Law Chambers Chadha & Co. Chir Amrit Law Chambers Crestlaw Partners D.H. Law Associates Deepesh Joshi & Associates Desai & Diwanji Dey Associates Dhir & Dhir Associates DSK Legal Dua Associates Economic Laws Practice Family Lawyers Fox Mandal Little Gurmeet Bindra Law Of ices Harsha & Co. Holla & Holla Advocates HSA Advocates Indus Law J.N. Bose & Co. J.Sagar Associates Jayanth Pattanshetti & Associates Juris Consultus Just Law Advocates Kaden Boriss Legal LLP Kamath & Kamath Kanth & Associates Karanjawala & Co. Kesar Dass B. & Associates King & Partridge KLaw/Krishnamurthy & Co. Kochhar & Co. Kolloth & Co. Krishna & Saurastri Associates Kundalia & Associates Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Lall, Lahiri & Salhotra Law & Options Lawyers Knit & Co. Lawyers Inc. Lex Protector International Law Of ice Linklegal & India Law Services Luthra & Luthra Law Of ices M.V.Kini & Co. MD & T Partners Maheshwari & Co. Mandgi Associates Markos & Co. Menon & Pai Advocates Moily Associates Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe Nishith Desai Associates O.P.Khaitan & Co. PKMG Law Chambers Poovayya & Co. Prakash & Associates Prashant Chandra & Co. Praveen Mehta Mithi & Co. Prolegal PSA Legal Counsellors PXV Law Partners Rajani Associates RDA Legal Rego & Rego Advocates Remfry & Sagar S. Sudarshan Reddy & Associates Samvad Partners Sankhla & Associates Sarthak Advocates and Solicitors Seth Dua & Associates Shailendra & Associates Sharma Kajaria and Co. Shiva & Rawley Associates Singh & Associates Singhania & Co. LLP SJM Associates Sripat & Associates Sundaraswamy & Ramdas Advocates Surana & Surana International Attorneys Suri & Co. Tatva Legal The Hammurabi & Solomon Foundation The Law Of ices of Nandan Kamath Themis Associates Thiru & Thiru Law Chambers Trilegal Tuli & Co. Uday Shankar Associates Udwadia Udeshi & Argus Partners UniSan & Co. Universal Legal V.J.Mathew & Co. Vaish Associates Vyas & Bhalwal Wadia Ghandy & Co. Zeus Law Associates Internships Law Firms 14
  • PSUs/ Corporate Houses/ National & International Organisations/ LPOs Adani Enterprises Ltd. Asian Paints (India) Pvt. Ltd. Axis Bank Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) Biocon Ltd. Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) Christian Medical College & Hospital Dharampal Satyapal Co. Ltd. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd. DLF Utilities Ltd. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) GMR Energy Ltd. Gopalan Enterprises Hewlett Packard HT (Hindustan Times) Media Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd. ICICI Lombard GIC Ltd. Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Intellectual Property Cell Indian News Agency Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) Kotak Mahindra Bank Larsen & Toubro Ltd. (L&T) Moser Baer Clean Energy Ltd. (MBCEL) National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Pangea 3 PlayRight India Silverline Broadband & Services State Bank of Travancore (SBT) Thomson Reuters Turner Broadcasting System Inc. (Imagine TV) Bihar State Human Rights Commission Copyright Division, Ministry of Human Resources, Govt. of India Karnataka State Commission for Women Karnataka State Consumer Redressal Commission Karnataka State Human Rights Commission Karnataka State Information Commission National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission National Human Rights Commission Women Development Corporation, Govt. of Bihar Commissions/Ministries/ State Departments NGOs Abhaya Foundation Action Aid India All India Women's Conference Arushi Ashoka Innovators for the Public AWAKE-Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Karnataka Centre for Environment Education Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD) Cheshire Home India Child Rights Trust Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (CUPA) Concerns India Foundation Daksh Foundation Darjeeling Mary Ward Social Centre Dream a Dream Eco Watch Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS) Greenpeace Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) I-India Indian Cancer Society (ICS) Indian Development Foundation Jananeethi Janhit Foundation K.S.M. Trust Karunalayam Madras Christian Council of Social Service Mahatma Gandhi Sansthan Mumbai Votes Namma Bhoomi People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) Public Affairs Centre Rural Litigation & Entitlement Kendra (RLEK) Relief Foundation Resurgent India Trust Sahayog Sahrudaya Foundation Sakhi Samadhan Samarthanam Trust- Samarthanam Parisara Samvad Samajik Sansthan Sankalp Sankritik Samiti Sanlaap Sarvajanik Shikshonnayan Sansthan Save the Children School of Desert Sciences Shantiniketan Bal Bhawan Socio Legal Aid Research Training Centre (SLARTC) SSM Trust Swasta The Concerned for Working Children (CWC) Vidya Comfort Academy Vimochana-Forum for Women's Rights Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Centre (WRRC) Women Power Connect (WPC) World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) 15
  • Hon’ble Judges & Advocates Hon'ble Mr. Justice Anil R Dave, Supreme Court of India Hon'ble Mr. Justice Kurian Joseph, Chief Justice, Himachal Pradesh High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice K.M Joseph, Kerala High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice N. Kumar, Karnataka High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice Pradeep Nandrajog, Delhi High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice Suresh Kait, Delhi High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice Thottathil B Radhakrishnan, Kerala High Court Hon'ble Mr. Justice U.N. Singh, Allahabad High Court (Lucknow Bench) Mr. Amarjit Singh Chandhiok, Additional Solicitor General, Govt. of India Mr. C.S Vaidyanathan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. K.T.S Tulsi, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. M.N. Krishnamani, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. R. Venkataramani, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court India Mr. Shanti Bhushan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. Soli J. Sorabjee, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. Subodh Markendeya, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. Vikas Singh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Ms. Geeta Luthra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Ms. Indu Malhotra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Mr. Ajay Srivastava, Supreme Court of India Mr. B. Diwakar, Supreme Court of India Mr. K.P. Sundar Rao, Supreme Court of India Mr. Manoj V. George, Supreme Court of India Mr. Rajan Narain, Supreme Court of India Mr. Venkatesh Rao, Supreme Court of India Ms. Anitha Shenoy, Supreme Court of India Mr. B.V. Acharya, Advocate General, Govt. of Karnataka Mr. Girdhari Singh Bapna, Advocate General, Govt. of Rajasthan Mr. J.N. Mathur, Additional Advocate General, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh Mr. P.K.Verma, Additional Advocate General, Govt. of Bihar Mr. Madhusudhan Rao, Senior Advocate, Karnataka High Court Mr. Ashok Mundargi, Senior Advocate, Bombay High Court Mr. Bhudeb Bhattacharya, Senior Advocate, Calcutta High Court Mr. Dipak Kumar Basu, Senior Advocate, Calcutta High Court Mr. G Masilamani. Senior Advocate, Madras High Court Mr. N.K. Agarwal, Senior Advocate, Patna High Court Mr. Rajdeepak Rastogi, Senior Advocate, Rajasthan High Court Mr. Rajendra Arora, Senior Advocate, Rajasthan High Court Mr. Shakeel Ahmad Khan, Senior Advocate, Patna High Court Mr. Subhash Chandra Tyagi Bhardwaj, Senior Advocate, Uttarakhand High Court Mr. Tayum Son, Senior Advocate, Gauhati High Court Mr. Devang Nanavati, Gujarat High Court Mr. Dhruba Ghosh, Calcutta High Court Mr. Dipayan Chowdhury, Calcutta High Court Mr. K.K. Vasanth, Karnataka High Court Mr. Krishna Prasad, Kerala High Court Mr. M. S. Mohan, Karnataka High Court Mr. Pradeep Singh, Karnataka High Court Mr. Pradip Phanse, Gujarat High Court Mr. Protik Prokash Banerji, Calcutta High Court Mr. Rasesh H. Parikh, Gujarat High Court Mr. S.V Bhatt, Karnataka High Court Mr. Sajjan Singh, Rajasthan High Court Ms. Sharmila Dutta Das, Calcutta High Court Ms. Soni Shrivastava, Patna High Court Mr. Ajesh Anand, Civil Court & Debt Recovery Tribunal, Lucknow Mr. Ashutosh Garga, District Court, Meerut Mr. H.S. Manjunath Murthy, District Court, Hassan Mr. Jyotijay Verma, Additional Government Advocate-I, Uttar Pradesh Mr. K. Bhargavan, Patiala House, New Delhi Mr. Madan Mohan Dixit, District Court, Kanpur Mr. Rahul Rajvanshi, District Court, Dehradun Mr. Sajid Ali Khan, District Court, Bhopal Mr. Sudarshan Mahajan, District Court, Sehore Mr. Jagat Narayan Singh, Special counsel, CBI Mr. R. Dilip Kumar Jaiswal, Metropolitan Magistrates Court Mr. Ram Avtar Gupta, District Court, Ghaziabad Ms. Anuradha Dixit, Patiala House, New Delhi 16
  • Achievements of the Batch 2014 Moots Winners, 3rd M.K. Nambyar Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2013 Winners, Symbiosis Law School Extempore Moot Court Competition, 2012 Best Legal Team, Symbiosis Law School Extempore Moot Court Competition, 2012 Runners Up, Jamia Milia Islamia 4th National Moot Court Competition, 2013 Runners Up, 13th M.P. Law College Moot Court Competition, 2013 Runners Up, 19th M.C. Chagla Moot Court Competition, 2013 Runners Up, Nirma University Connissance Extempore Moot Court Competition, 2013 Runners Up, 3rd B. Krishna Memorial IPR Moot Court Competition, 2011 2nd Runners Up, Surana & Surana National Corporate Moot Court Competition, 2011 Semi- inalists, 'The Verdict', Rajeev Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law National Moot Court Competition, 2013 Semi Finalists, Surana and Surana National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition, 2010 Semi Finalists, University Law College, Bangalore Moot Court Competition, 2010 Semi Finalists, 5th Pro-Bono Enviro Legal Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter-Finalists, ISRO-NLSIU Manfred Lachs Moot Competition National Funding Rounds-India, 2013 Quarter- inalists, Phillip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, 28th Bar Council of India Inter University Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, 23rd Kerala Law Academy National Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, Dr. A.T Markose Memorial Moot Court competition CUSAT, 2012 Quarter Finalists, Army Institute of Law Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, Dominus Litis, All in All National Level Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, 6th Annual IP IIPS Moot Court Competition, 2012 Quarter Finalists, 3rd National Rizvi Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2010 Shri. S. A Deshmukh Award for Best Mooter, 13th M.P. Law College Moot Court Competetion, 2013 Manikchand Pahade Award for Best Speaker, 13th M.P. Law College Moot Court Competition, 2013 Best Lady Advocate, 23rd Kerala Law Academy National Moot Court Competition, 2012 Second Best Memorandum, 18th M.C.Chagla Moot Court Competition, 2012 Third Best Memorandum, 11th Surana & Surana International Technology Moot, 2012 Fourth Best Memorandum, Asia-Paci ic Regional Rounds, Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Competition, 2013 17
  • Winners, Negotiation Competition, Symbhav-Symbiosis Law School, 2012 Winners, Justice P. Govinda Menon Ever-Rolling Trophy for the 12th National Client Consulting Competition, Kerala Law Academy, 2011 Winners, Justice P. Govinda Menon Ever-Rolling Trophy for the 12th National Client Consulting Competition, Kerala Law Academy, 2010 Best Conciliation Team, Dominus Litis-All in All National Level Moot Court Competition 2012 Runners Up, NLIU – Khaitan & Co. INADR International Mediation Tournament, 2012 Runners Up, Dr.Gurudial Singh Dhillon Memorial UILS National Client Counselling, 2011 2nd Runners Up, National Rounds, National School of India University International Negotiation Competition, 2011 Best Mediator, NLIU – Khaitan & Co. INADR International Mediation Tournament, 2012 Best Counsel, Dr.Gurudial Singh Dhillon Memorial UILS National Client Counselling Competition, 2011 Arbitration, Mediation, Client counseling and other competitions Publications International Journal of Law and Policy Review International Journal of Legal Studies and Research International Journal of Research in Computer Science and Information Technology ALSD Student Journal Computer and Telecommunications Law Review (Sweet & Maxwell) Emerging Trends in Aviation & Space Applications - Legal, Safety and Policy Issues (Cambridge University Press) NLIU Journal of Intellectual Property Law Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Criminal Law Journal Taxmann's SEBI & Corporate Laws Journal Literary and Debating Achievements Winners, 2nd Gurcharan Singh Tulsi National Legal Essay Writing Competition, 2012 Best Paper (“Bringing irregularities in Domestic Arbitration to an end”) CMR International (Arbitration) Law Conference, 2013 Best Novice Team, Mount Carmel College Parliamentary Debate, 2012 Finalist, IIT-Roorkee Vox Populi Parliamentary Debate, 2011 Finalist, PUCL-IIM B Debate, 2011 2nd Runners Up, St. Johns Medical College Medical Debate, 2012 Semi Finalist, Borneo British Parliamentary (Debate) Championship, 2012 Semi Finalist, 1st ILNU (Nirma University) Parliamentary Debate, 2012 118
  • Seminars, Conferences and Paper Presentations Paper titled “Humanitarian Intervention : A Paradox Situation” at the International Seminar on Future of Human Rights, Humanity & Culture in Emerging Globalized World organised by the All India Rights Organization (AIRO), Lucknow, 2012 Paper titled “Criminalization of Politics: A Call for Election Reform” at the National Seminar on Election Reforms organized by MATS Law School, Raipur, 2012 Paper titled “Social Exclusion & CSR: a Gender Perspective” at the International Conference on 'Corporate Social Responsibility' organized by Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad, 2012 Paper titled “Cross Border Mergers: A Struggle for freedom” at the UGC- National Seminar on Mergers & Acquisitions in Global Scenario organized by the Department of Commerce, Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi, 2012 Paper titled “Child Traf icking in India” at the National Seminar on Law, Gender and Social Transformation in India, organized by RC10, 'Gender Studies'-Indian Sociological Society and Centre for Women's Studies & University of Hyderabad, 2012 Paper titled “Discrimination against women: Prevalence, Consequence and remedies” at the Conference on Gender Relations in Developing Societies: A 21st Century Perspective organized by Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi, 2012 Paper titled “FDI in Retail” at the ATMOS fest, organized by BITS Pilani, Hyderabad, 2012 Paper titled “Role of Comptroller and Auditor General in Good Governance and Protection of Human Rights” at the International Seminar on Future of Human Rights, Humanity and Culture in Emerging Globalized World, organized by Indian Association of Social Scientists, 2012 Paper title “Investigative Journalism : A sneak peek” at the National Seminar on Media and Law Interface: Issues and Challenges organised by Centre for Criminal Justice Administration, RMNLU Lucknow, 2012 Paper titled “Is India's Police System Encouraging Human Rights Abuse” at the UGC & ICSSR National Seminar On Role of Indian Police and Human Rights organized by B.S.M.P.G College, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, 2012 Semi Finalist, Xaviers British Parliamentary Debate, 2011 Semi Finalist, SRCC-Yambit-Freshers Parliamentary Debate, 2011 Semi Finalist, Stella Marries College Parliamentary Debate, 2011 Quarter Finalist, NLS-Parliamentary Debate, 2011 Pre Quarter Finalist, Asian British Parliamentary (Debate) Championship, 2012 19
  • Sports Overall Champions, 'Invicta 2013' organised by West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, 2013 Overall Champions, 'Virudhaka' organised by National Law India University, Bhopal, 2011 Overall Champions, 'Spiritus 2011' organised by National Law School of India University, Bangalore, 2011 Overall Champions, 'Invicta 2011' organised by West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, 2011 Overall Champions, 'Spiritus 2009' organised by National Law School of India University, Bangalore, 2009 Overall Runners Up, 'Invicta 2012' organised by West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, 2012 Overall Runners Up, 'Spiritus 2012' organised by National Law School of India University, Bangalore, 2012 Overall Runners Up, 'Invicta 2011' organised by West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, 2011 Cultural Overall Champions- 'Symbhav 2012' organised by Symbiosis Law School, 2012 Overall Champions- 'Le Gala 2010' organised by National Law School of India University, 2010 20 Colloquium on Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and Legal Communication Skills conducted by the Bangalore International Mediation,Arbitration and Conciliation Centre, 2012 Roundtable Conference on Patents and Copyrights: Emerging Issues, Patents and Copyrights, organized by CIPRA, National Law School of India University, Bangalore and University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2012 Paper titled “Piracy at high seas, A call towards stronger legislation” at Global Maritime Security and Anti-Piracy Conference organised by Gujarat National Law University, 2011 International Conference on “Public Policy and Governance - Centralized Growth and NOT Uniform Growth in India and Inversely Proportional Cultural Values” organized by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2012 Workshop on “Students for Human Rights” conducted by the Human Rights Law Network, Bangalore, in collaboration with St. Joseph College, Bangalore, 2011 Conference on More Meaningful Legal Education organized by Common wealth Legal Education Association (CLEA) in association with National Law School of India University, Bangalore, 2011 2nd International Conference on 'Competition Law And Sustained Prosperity' organized by the International Law Academy in association with the Ministry of Law and Competition Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi, 2010
  • On Campus Activities organised by the Students Conferences, Seminars and Workshops organised National Conference on 'Constitution and Marginalised Sectors: Challenges in the Twenty First Century', 2013 Conference on 'IPR and Public Interest', 2013 Legal Writing Workshop in association with Centre for Law and Policy Research, 2013 National Conference on 'Constitution and Government Policies: Doctrinal Contradictions', 2012 Conference on 'Arbitration In India: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities', 2012 Workshop on 'Practical Implementation of Indian Copyright Law', 2012 Conference on 'Indian Corporate Law : A Paradigm Shift', 2011 Conference on 'Right to Information: Towards an informed India' in association with Parinamika (NGO), 2011 Seminar on 'IPR, Agriculture and Biotechnology: Vignettes and Vicissitudes', 2011 Seminar on 'Special Economic Zones', 2011 Workshop on 'Alternative Dispute Resolution' in association with Law and Options and Options Inc., Bangalore, 2011 Conference on 'Goods and Service Tax' in association with Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan, Bangalore, 2010 Conference on 'Students for Human Rights', 2010 Seminar on IP Law and Practice, 2010 21
  • Moot Courts, MUN's, Debates organised International Model United Nations Conference in association with United Nations Informatics Centre (For India and Bhutan), 2013 Christ University Parliamentary Debate (CUPD), 2013 School of Law, Christ University National Moot Court Competition, 2012 Anti-Trust Moot Court Competition in association with Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan, Bangalore and the Competition Commission of India, 2012 School of Law, Christ University National Moot Court Competition, 2011 Christ University Parliamentary Debate (CUPD), 2011 School of Law, Christ University National Moot Court Competition, 2010 Guest Lectures Dr. Harshavardhan Raju, IPS. Dr. S.V. Joga Rao, Ex-Additional Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Dr. Sairam Bhat, Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Justice K.L. Manjunath, Karnataka High Court Miss. Talha Salaria, Partner, MMB Legal, Bangalore. Mr. Aditya Sondhi, Advocate, Karnataka High Court. Mr. Ajay Prasad, Associate, MMB Legal, Bangalore. Mr. Ajay G. Prasad, Company Secretary, Bangalore. Mr. Amrit Paul, Head, Anti Naxal Force, Karnataka. Mr. Ankit Majumdar, Partner, Wadia Ghandy & Co., Bangalore. Mr. Maheshwara Rao, Advocate, Bangalore. Mr. N. Narasimmhan, Former Chief of RAW (Research and Analysis Wing). Mr. Nishant Beniwal, Senior Associate, J.Sagar and Associates, Delhi. Mr. Nijumon, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Management Studies, Christ University, Bangalore. Mr. Prakash Heblikar, Special Scretary, Union Cabinet. Mr. Pranesh Prakash, Proramme Manager, The Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore. Mr. Prashant Popat, Partner, ALMT Legal, Bangalore. Mr. R. Muralidharan, Partner, Krishna & Saurastri, Bangalore. Mr. R. Vijaya Shankar, Editor, Frontline. Mr. Rajesh Pai, Faculty, Christ University Institute of Management, Bangalore. Mr. Sanjay Bhatia, Head of Operations, SDD Global, Mysore. Mr. Vineet Subramani, Partner, Versus, Chennai. 22
  • 23 Mr. Yellappa Reddy, Former IFS Of icer, Governing Council member-Foundation for Ecological Security of India, Member-Karnataka High Court Lok Adalat, Chief Advisor-Bangalore University Bio Diversity Park. Ms. Neela Badami, Senior Associate, Samvad Partners, Bangalore. Prof. A. Nagarathna, Assistant Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Prof. Sarasu Thomas, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Prof. (Dr.) Ishwar Bhat, Vice Chancellor, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Prof. (Dr.) T.R. Subramanya, Registrar (Evaluation), Bangalore University. Prof. (Dr.) Usha Ramanathan, Human Rights Activist. Rev. Fr. Sebastian Thekkanath, Former Director of Prison Ministry, India. In House Publications Christ University Law Journal (CULJ) Lawyered Lawyered is a monthly e-newsletter which aims to keep the students abreast with the latest legal news and also provides them an unbiased and in-depth analysis of the same. CULJ is a peer reviewed annual academic publication which seeks to facilitate greater interest and deeper insights in various ields of law among students, academicians and legal scholars.
  • Industrial Visits As part of the BBA LLB program at School of Law, and with a view to help students gain irst-hand and practical information regarding the functioning of various industries, industrial visits were carried out to TVS Motor Company Ltd. (Hosur Plant) Parle Agro Pvt. Ltd. (Bangalore Plant) Coca Cola India (Bangalore Plant) Other Visits Bangalore Stock Exchange The students visited the Bangalore Stock Exchange to understand the practical nuances of trading in securities through stock exchanges in India. Bangalore Central Jail The Paraphana Agrahara was host to the students of the batch, as the visit was planned and executed by criminal law aspirants. E Waste Plant As part of the environmental legal studies the students visited E-Parisara Pvt. Ltd., an e-waste plant in Bangalore. 24
  • Others Juristar Juristar is School of Law's annual intra batch cultural and sporting extravaganza. The spirit of Juristar is the celebration of togetherness. School of Law has students from all parts of the country as well as from across borders. Juristar's positive values of hard work, fair play, excellence and team spirit foster a communion that transcends ethnic, cultural and linguistic differences. Committees and Clubs Journals and Publications Committee Legal Aid and Awareness Committee Literary and Debating Society Litigation Committee Management Committee Moot Court Society National Conference Committee Sports Committee ADR Committee Advanced Criminal Law Studies Committee Constitutional Law Studies Corporate Law Group Cultural Committee Human Rights Committee Intellectual Property Committee International Relations and Foreign Policy Committee Internships and Placement Committee CSA Centre for Social Action (CSA) is a unique movement, where student communities are sensitized on various issues affecting the poor and marginalized sections of society. This is done so that they can internalize and personalize the issues and contribute to sustainable changes in the lives of the poor and the oppressed. Through such processes of involvement, CSA aims to enable the students to be aware of the social realities around them as well as impart them with ideas of how they can contribute towards the upliftment of unheeded sections. 25 Theatre School of Law made a grand entry into theatre in 2013 with a magni icent performance of 'The Merchant of Venice' by William Shakespeare. 'The Merchant of Venice' which centres around the point of justice and, mercy was acclaimed by the public and by esteemed members of the Bar as an offering in competition with professional theatre groups.
  • SWO NCC Legal Awareness Programs The Student Welfare Of ice provides a platform for students to exhibit their skills and talents. It is a forum, where through the mode of cultural activities, like-minded people meet each other, exchange ideas and develop into better human beings. SWO conducts programs like DARPAN, BLOSSOMS and INBLOOM to identify and nurture talents and provide a platform for members to develop leadership skills. The University offers training under the Army Wing of the National Cadet Corps. Parades and theory classes are held during the afternoon session on Saturdays. The total number of parades in a year is twenty. Training is held in the University campus. The regular parades include training in drill, map reading, weapon training, obstacle etc. It also includes parades for iring, social service and adventure. The adventure activities are parasailing, horse riding, rock climbing, iring, mountaineering, cycle expedition, motorcycle expedition, trekking etc. The University conducts Legal Awareness Camps every year. This year the camps were conducted in Jyothi Niwas College-Bangalore, Christ College (PU), Christ University-Kengeri Campus and various slums and rural areas in and across Bangalore. 26
  • Students Profiles BA LLB (Hons.) (Best Internships Mentioned) Abhishek TripathiAarushi Bhatnagar  Ms. Geeta Luthra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Mr. Girdhari Singh Bapna, Advocate General, Rajasthan High Court  Bharucha & Partners  Justice Uma Nath Singh, Allahabad High Court (Lucknow Bench)  Mr. KTS Tulsi, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Pravin Mehta & Mithi & Co. Aditi Balan Aditi Sharma  Titus & Co.  Chadha & Co. Agrima Khanna  J. Sagar Associates  Tatva Legal Akshatha Natarajan  Atman Law Partners  King & Partridge Akshita Pande  Lall Lahiri & Salhotra  Seth Dua & Associates Amrita Michael  Human Rights Law Network  Ministry of Human Resources-Copyrights Division  Hon'ble Justice N. Kumar, Karnataka High Court  Mr. S.V. Bhatt, Advocate, Karnataka High Court Amrita Vasudevan
  • Amruthavarshini  Mr. R. Venkataramani, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Kochhar & Co.  Hon'ble Chief Justice Kurian Joseph, Himachal Pradesh High Court  AZB & Partners  Trilegal  J. Sagar Associates Ankita Brigit Anto Ozhavoor  Biocon  Hon’ble Justice K. M Joseph, Kerala High Court Anupama Neelakantan  Mr. Vikas Singh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of Indiua  DSK Legal Anusha Chatra  Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan  Mr. B.V. Acharya, Advocate General, Karnataka High Court Arnav Arya  Kochhar & Co.  Mr. Manoj V. George, Advocate, Supreme Court of India Athira Shankar  Bhargavan & Co.  Kaden Boriss  J. Sagar Associates  Amarchand Mangaldas and Suresh A. Shroff and Co. Bhadra Menon Anchita Sharma
  • Bhanu Samyal  Hon'ble Chief Justice Kurian Joseph, Himachal Pradesh High Court  Advocate R. Dilip Kumar Jaiswal, Hyderabad  Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan  Centre for Law and Policy Research  Fox Mandal  Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe Dominic Jose Gauri Bilwamangal Rege  Mr. Ashok Mundargi, Senior Advocate, Bombay High Court  Unisan & Co. Iqra Minhaj  Deepesh Joshi & Associates  Karanjawala & Co. Kannan Menon  MD & T Law Partners  Marks & Rights Trademark Lawyers Kashyap Jayaram  Ramani & Shankar Associates  Basavaraj Kareddy Karnataka High court S. Kaushik Ramaswamy  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd.  GMR Group  Hon'ble Justice Thothuthil B. Radhakrishnan, Karnataka High Court  AZB & Partners Kevin Thomas Dhiya Salome Sadanandan
  • Aditya Kini  Mr. Protik Prokash Banerji, Advocate, Calcutta High Court  PXV Law Partners  Public Affairs Centre  Law Of ices of Nandan Kamath  King & Partridge  J. Sagar Associates Maitrayee Sanyal Malvika Sharma  Amarchand Mangaldas and Suresh A. Shroff and Co.  Singh & Associates Manas Agarwal  ICICI Lombard  Lex Protetor International Law Of ice Manu Martin Thomas  Uday Shankar & Associates  SJM Associates Monica Umesh  Crestlaw Partners  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd. Namrata Basu  Singhania & Co. LLP  Socio Legal Aid & Research Centre (SLARTC)  ICICI Lombard  Hon'ble Chief Justice Kurian Joseph, Himachal Pradesh High Court Neha Das Mahith T.Anand
  • Niharika Hemaraj  Interpol  Asianet News Network Pvt. Ltd.  Krishnamurthy & Co.  J. Sagar Associates  Karanjawala & Co.  Dua Associates Parvathy Sathish Kumar Pauras Tyagi  Mr. Ram Avtar Gupta, Advocate, Delhi  Mr. Yogendra Panwar, Advocate, Delhi Pooja Nair  Fox Mandal  Singhania & Co., LLP Pranshi Bargale  Thomson Reuters  Mr. Ajay Srivastava, Advocate, Supreme Court of India Prarthana Rajshekhar  Mr. C.S Vidyanathan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Praveen Mehta Mithi and Co. Varanasi Priya  M. V. Kini & Company  Mr. George Cherian, Senior Advocate, Kerala High Court  Mr. KTS Tulsi, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Universal Legal Ragavi Ramesh Nivedita Nanjappa
  • Rahul Ipe Prasad  Poovayya & Co.  Menon & Pai  Iyer & Thomas  National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd. (NTPC)  Law Chambers of Aditya Sondhi  Law Of ices of Nandan Kamath Riddhika Shetty Rini Rathore  Ardent Legal  Hewlett Packard (HP) India Ritika Das  Axis Bank  Beswicks Solicitors Sadarchita Prasad  Thomson Reuters  Poovayya & Co. Sadhvi Saraf  Dua Associates  Juris Consultus Sanchaya Achappa  Economic Laws Practice  Poovayya & Co.  Trilegal  Kochhar and Co. Sanya Jain Reeba Rebecca Thomas
  • Soumya Vasan  Dua Associates  Wadia Ghandy & Co.  Fox Mandal Associates  Nair and Nair Associates  Naik Naik & Co.  V.K. Munshi and Associates Shivani Dhagat Shivani Gaba  Poovayya & Co  ALMT Legal Shruti Cyriac  Mr. Vikas Singh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Ram Jethmalani, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Shruti Ravindran Shruti Vijaykumar  Hon'ble Justice Anil R. Dave, Supreme Court of India  Law of ices of Nandan Kamath Shweta Nambiar  Economic Laws Practice  Mr.Venkataramani, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Harsha & Co.  Singhania & Co., LLP Shyama Vasudev Sharath Puthenparampan  Marcos & Co.  Ms. Indu Malhotra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India
  •  Economic Laws Practice  Bharucha & Partners  Kanth and Associates  Hon'ble Chief Justice Kurian Joseph, Himachal Pradesh High Court Stephanie MahbertSidharth Lakshman  Bharucha and Partners  Dua Associates Stephen Massawe  Bharati Associates  Samadhan Institution Tushar Asrani  ALMT Legal  Linklegal Vishal Srinivas  PXV Law Partners  Mr. Proteek Prakash Banerjee, Advocate, Kolkata High Court Srishti Ramakrishnan BBA LLB (Hons.) AAMIR HUSSAIN KHAN  RDA Legal  PXV Law Partners AARON ROSSI KAMATH  Nishith Desai Associates  Wadia Ghandy & Co.  AZB & Partners  ICICI Bank Ltd. AARTI GOYAL
  • ABHISHEK BASU  Nishith Desai Associates  Singhania & Co., LLP  Zeus Law Associates  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd.  Kochhar & Co.  Samvad Partners ADHUNIKA PREMKUMAR AKASH BHOLANATH SAHA  Wadia Ghandy & Co.  Larsen & Tourbo AKSHATA BENEGAL  AZB & Partners  Aditya Sondhi Law Chambers AKSHAYA S. APARNA AWASTHI  Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.  PSA Legal ARSHI MAKKER  Kochhar & Co.  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd.  AZB & Partners  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd. DARSHI REDDY ACHINTYA SRIVASTAVA  Surana & Surana International Attorneys  Kochhar & Co.
  • DEVYA SHARMA  Nishith Desai Associates  Desai & Diwanji  Trilegal  Dua Associates  ALMT Legal  Fox Mandal Little DIPANJAN DEY HARSH JAIN  Indus Law  RDA Legal JACOB ALEXANDER  Law Of ices of Nandan Kamath  K.J. John & Co. KRITHIKA P. KISHORE MANISHI SRIVASTAV  Wadia Ghandy & Co.  Larsen & Tourbo NAINA SAH  DSK Legal  D H Law Associates  J.Sagar Associates  Biocon NAMITHA NAMBIAR DHRUV BANERJI  AZB & Partners  King & Partridge
  • NAQEEB AHMED KAZIA  Trilegal  Nishith Desai Associates  Krishnamurthy & Co.  Indus Law  Victor & Moses  Sandersons & Morgans NATABRATA BHATTACHARYA NAVODAYA S. RAJPUROHIT  Luthra & Luthra  AZB & Partners NEHA BAGLANI  Shiv Prakash & Associates  S & S Associates NIDEESH V. B. NIKITA C. JAIN  Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.  Vaish Associates NISHI BARANWAL  Dutt Menon Dunmorrsett  K & S Partners  AZB & Partners  Poovayya & Co. NIVEDITHA A.T NARAYANI HARIKRISHNAN  K.J. John & Co.  Prolegal
  • OMAR AHMED  Poovayya & Co.  Sreevatsa Associates  Trilegal  Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan  Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu India Pvt. Ltd.  Krishna & Saurastri PREETHI SRINIVAS G PRIYANKA M. P.  Poovayya & Co.  Rajan Narain & Associates PRIYANKA PANDEY  M.V. Kini & Co.  Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe RENUKA JOSEPH ROWENA NINAN  Kochhar & Co.  Crest Law Partners SARVASWA MEHROTRA  Mr. Sanjay Bajpayee, Advocate, Allahabad High Court  Karanjawala & Co.  Udwadia Udeshi & Argus SAURABH KUMAR PIYUSH AGRAWAL  Hon'ble Justice K.M. Joseph, Kerala High Court  Biocon
  • SHRINGARIKA PRIYADARSHINI  HSA Legal  Dhir and Dhir Associates  Holla & Holla  Lawyers Inc.  Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co.  Vaish Associates STELLA JOB SUBHAYAN CHAKRABARTY  Asian Paints  Sarthak Law Firm UDIT SETH  Mr. Soli Sorabjee, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  Mr. A. S. Chandhiok, Additional Solicitor General of India VISHVAS DEO VISHY VINCENT  Trilegal  Nishith Desai Associates SINDHU K.  J.Sagar Associates  DSK Legal
  • Past Recruiters Law Firms  Adlaw Partners  BMR Advisors  Dr. Kainth & Associates  Harsha & Co.  Indus Law  J. Sagar Associates  Karanjawala & Co.  King & Partridge  Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan  Lawyers At Work (LAW)  Lawyers Inc.  Lexygen  Linklegal  MD&T Partners  Murali & Co.  Nishith Desai Associates  Parekh & Co.  Poovayya & Co.  PXV Law Partners  Samvad Partners  Sundaraswamy and Ramdas  The Hammurabi & Solomon Foundation  Themis Associates  Trilegal  Tree of Life  Universal Legal Corporate Houses  Bajaj Allianz GIC  Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India  GMR Infrastructure  Hewlett Packard (India)  Infosys  Prudential Insurance  Pricewaterhouse Coopers  Roamware Civil Society Organisations  Justice and Care  Teach and Care  Centre for Internet and Society  Freeland Wildlife Trust LPOs  Clutche Group  CPA Global  Pangea3  Pramata Corporation 40  V.J.Mathew & Co.  Wadia Ghandy & Co.
  • Recruitment Policy 1. Short Title and Commencement (a) These rules may be called Recruitment Policy, 2014. 2. Definitions In these rules unless the context otherwise requires, (a) “Acceptance” means the con irmation by an Applicant which will be communicated to the prospective Recruiter through the PRC; (b) “Applicant” means a student of the Batch of 2014 at the School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore, who has registered himself/herself with the PRC; (c) “Final Interview List” means the list of Applicants shortlisted for appearing in the Final Interviews, in accordance with the procedure mentioned in clause 7; (d) “Final Interviews” means interviews conducted by the Recruiters at any time during the Recruitment Process based on which an offer is made to the Applicant; (e) “Internships and Placements Committee” means the Internships and Placements Committee 2012-13; (f) “Merit List” means the list of selected Applicants to whom the Final Offer has been made during the Recruitment Process; (g) “Offer” means the offer extended by the Recruiter to the Applicant on the completion of the Final Interview or any other process or processes undertaken by the Recruiter; (h) “Placement and Recruitment Cell” (“PRC”) means the independent unit within the Internships and Placements Committee, which is entrusted with the responsibility of facilitating the recruitment process; (I) “Pre Interview Screening” means the process or processes conducted by the Recruiter, if it is so desirous, for the purpose of shortlisting the Applicants who will get an opportunity to appear for the Final Interviews; (j) “Pre-placement Offer” means an offer for placement received by an applicant subsequent to individual coordination with a recruiter, or through a pre-recruitment internship coordinated by the PRC or the Internships and Placements Committee; (k) “Recruiter” means any lawyer's chambers, law irm, company, non-governmental organisation, PSU's or any such organisation which offers internships or recruitments to law students; (l) “Recruitment Process” as far as Applicant is concerned-means the process undertaken to conduct the recruitments, which begins from the date of registration of the Applicants with the PRC and concludes when the irst offer is made to the Applicant; As far as Recruiter is concerned-means the process undertaken to conduct the recruitments, which begins from the date of registration of the Recruiter with the PRC and concludes when con irmation letter is received; (m) “Rules” means the Recruitment Policy, 2013-14; (n) “University” means School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore; 3. Registration of Students (a) The student's opting to participate in the campus Recruitment Process would be required to ile with the PRC the Recruitment Registration Form (Form 'B')on such date/s as the PRC may specify in this behalf. The Applicant shall produce the marks sheets and other related documents, on a demand made by the PRC. 41
  • 4. Registration of Recruiters (a) The Recruiters who are willing to participate in the campus Recruitment Process would be required to ile with the PRC, the Recruitment Registration Form (Form 'A'). (b) The date and slot shall be allotted and communicated to the prospective Recruiter by the Placements Team, upon receiving the Recruitment Registration Form. 5. Pre Placement Talks (a) Recruiters interested in conducting Pre Placement Talks (PPT) which facilitates interaction between the students and the potential recruiters shall coordinate with the PRC and ix dates for conducting them. (b) The Pre Placement Talks have to be conducted any time prior to the beginning of the Pre Interview Screening. 6. Pre Interview Screening (a) The procedure for Pre Interview Screening (if any) is the Recruiters own policy. (b) The Applicants selected in the Pre Interview Screening shall qualify for appearing in the Final Interviews. 7. Short Listing and the Final Interview List (a) After the completion of recruitment registration and/or Pre Interview Screening, PRC shall formulate a Final Interview List for every registered Recruiter; (b) The Final Interview List shall contain the names of Applicants who have quali ied for appearing for the Final Interviews. (c) The Final Interview List shall be made as per the following: (i) According to the Recruiter's recruitment policy, or (ii) According to the results of the Pre Interview Screening conducted by the Recruiter, or (iii) In case the Recruiter has no ixed method of short listing candidates, Curricula Vitae of all interested students shall be forwarded to the Recruiter for short listing. (d) In case the Recruiter has no procedure for Pre Interview Screening, the list of interested students shall automatically become the Final Interview List. 8. Waitlisted Candidates (a) All Recruiters shall give a list of waitlisted candidates at two stages of the Recruitment process to the Placements Team: (i) Waitlisted Candidates for Interviews: To facilitate interviews of those who are not in the Final Interview List of the Applicants, to appear for the Final Interviews. (ii) Interviewed Applicants Waitlist: To be provided by the Recruiter, containing candidates beyond the list of selected Applicants to whom Offers have been made for employment after the Final Interviews. (b) The Waitlist for interviews here means that if any Applicant who is selected in the Final Interview List is not available for the interview then the Recruiter can interview the Applicant mentioned in the waitlist, if the Recruiter considers so appropriate. (c) The Interviewed Applicants Waitlist refers to interviewed Applicants, to whom offers for employment have not been made by the Recruiter, but the Recruiter is willing to consider them if the Offer has been rejected by an Applicant in the Merit List and the Recruiter is willing to consider those in the Interviewed Applicants Waitlist. (d) All the Waitlists are to be kept con idential and will be disclosed as per the instructions of the Recruiters. 42
  • 9. Final Offer (a) All Recruiters will be required to disclose the results of the Final Interviews and any Offer made to Applicant(s) only through the PRC. The PRC shall maintain the record of offers accepted and rejected by the Applicant(s). (b) All Recruiters need to declare the inal selection results within the stipulated time as agreed upon by the Recruiter and the PRC, in accordance with the above rule. The Recruiters will inform and provide the designated PRC Team member with the Merit List and the Waitlist. This shall be later made public to the Applicants who had appeared for the Final Interviews or for the process as undertaken by that Recruiter. 10. Withdrawal (a) A withdrawal by an Applicant after getting shortlisted for inal interview shall conclude his/her participation in the Recruitment Process. (b) A withdrawal at any stage of the Recruitment Process must be iled by the Applicant with the PRC in Form C. 11. Miscellaneous (a) The PRC is the only authorized body to formally approach and communicate with the Recruiters in relation to the Campus recruitment/s. (b) The decision of the PRC regarding selection of the candidates at any stage of the recruitment process shall be inal. (c) The PRC may from time to time require the Applicants to ile with the PRC various documents within a stipulated time frame. Any willful disregard of the same shall conclude the Applicants participation in the Recruitment Process. (d) The Recruiters are requested not to encourage any personal communication made by candidates whose applications they have received through the PRC. 43
  • SchoolofLaw,ChristUniversity Organization Details: Name of the Organization: Address: Telephone Number: Fax Number: E-mail ID: Contact Person: Job Details: 1. Job Proile: 2. Position/Designation: 3. Criteria for Eligibility: 4. CTC: 5. Location of Placement: 6: Procedure for Selection: Procedure(Please state yes/no)Preliminary Test Group Discussions Interview Others (Please Specify) Preferred dates for recruitment: Date: Signature and Designation RecruitmentProgram,2014 Form 'A' (Recruiter Registration Form) ....................................................................................
  • Contact Information Mr. Freddy Thomas +91 9886753662 Special Thanks to Rayees Backer (Photography) Sudha (Designing) PLACEMENT AND RECRUITMENT CELL placements@law.christuniversity.in http://law.christuniversity.in Faculty Coordinators Mr. Nikhil Balan +91 9742480320 Mr. Ruben V.M. +91 9986263853 Student Coordinators Ms. Monica Umesh +91 9686411803 Mr. Vishy Vincent +91 8123346610
  • Declared as Deemed to be University under Section 3 of UGC Act 1956 School of LawSchool of LawSchool of Law Hosur Road, Bangalore - 560 029, Karnataka, India. Tel : +91 80 4012 9560 Fax : +91 80 4012 9000 E-mail : placements@law.christuniversity.in Web : h p://law.christuniversity.in