Tanshi Tiwari (Batch 2026), Atulit Raj (Batch 2026), and Prithvi Sreekanth (Batch 2026) have been adjudged as the Quarter-Finalists at the national rounds of the prestigious 21st Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition on International Humanitarian Law, organized by The Indian Society of International Law in collaboration with International Committee of the Red Cross. Prithvi Sreekanth (Batch 2026) has been adjudged as the Best Researcher for the national rounds of the competition.
Group of Riddhi Jhanwar, Rahul Jacob, Siddharth Sharma were declared as semi-finalist. The team also won best memorial award in the competition.
The Team comprising of Bhavya Bachani, Kartik Nagpal, Govind Gupta declared as semi-finalist in 12th KR Ramamani National Taxation Moot Court Competition.
13th WBNUJS Herbert Smith Freehills National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition 2021 Kajal Singh selected as Best Speaker and Vanshika Agarwal as second Best Speaker.
Team comprising of Saurabh Gupta, Alay Raje, Jaysinh and Aryan Sharma are runner-up in NLSTIAM Arbitration Law Moot Court Competition.
Mohit Shivakumar, Dakshesh Kapur, Abhirakshak Rajpal are semi-finalist of 11th K.R. Ramamani Memorial National Taxation Moot Court Competition – 2021. Abhirakshak Rajpal is the best researcher in the competition.
ILNU students Divya Pratap Parmar, Prachi Tandon and Vanshjaa Sengar are declared as semi-finalist in 30th All India Moot Court Competition 2021 conducted by Kerala Law Academy.
Students’ Prachi Gupta, Shreyansh Bhansali and Yasha Goyal declared as Semi-Finalist in 9th YONO SBI-NLIU National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition – 2021.
Team involving Ojasvi Sharma, Naman Upadhyay and Hrishikesh Mishra are selected as Semi-Finalist in 6th SCLU National Trial Advocacy Competition – 2021. The team also won the National Judgement Writing Competition organised in the event.
ILNU Team Shashank Shekhar Dwivedi, Shashwat Singh, Saksham Pandey, Priyanshi Rachchh and Shruti Sinha were Qualified for the Advanced rounds in Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – 2021
Team comprising of Srishty Bajaj, Alay Raje, Aman Kadri were winners of Justice BR Sawhney Memorial Moot Court Competition – 2021.
Team comprising of Sakshi Rathore, Agrima Shankar, Ankur Mishra, Anshika Pandey, Ritika Singh for 24th Stetson’s International Environmental Moot Court Competition, February 2020 qualified for International Rounds (3rd Best Team).
Akshita Totla and Aashna Shah declared as Semi-Finalists (3rd Best Team) 18th Surana & Surana Corporate Law Moot Court Competition, February 2020.
Vinisha Jain, Yash Dhadhich, Manya Anjaria were declared as winners in 5th Symbiosis Law School Pune International Mock Trial Competition, March 2020.
Team comprising of Krisha Bhimani, Naman Sharma and Kareena Bakhtyarpuri are declared as quarter-finalist in 13th NALSAR Justice BR Sawhny Memorial Moot Court Competition – 2020. Krishna Bhimani is second best oralist in the competition.
Team comprising of Pratiksha Sengar, Jatin Khushalani, and Samyak Jain were declared as quarter-finalist in 7th NLU-O International Maritime Arbitration Moot Court Competition – 2020. The team qualified the Memorial Selection Round and was among the Top 20 teams competing in the Oral Rounds of the Competition.
Team comprising of Parneet Kaur, Samiksha Jain, Swastik Bisariya and Vishaksha Jaswani were declared as Second Best Memorial in the South and West Asia Regional Round in 18th John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition – 2020
Team comprising Varada Jhagirdar (Batch 2017), Sanjhi Agarwal (Batch 2017) and Priyanka Bajpai (Batch 2017) have won the citation for “Best Memorial” at SAARC International Moot Court Competition, 2020 (International Rounds). Qualified for International Rounds (2nd Best Memorial in National Rounds) Quarter-Finalists in International Rounds Best Memorial Best Student Advocate (Varada Jahagirdar).
The team comprising Mohith Shivkumar, Kajal Singh and Tarun Agarwal, who represented our college in the 8th IBBI NLIU Corporate Moot Court Competition has been declared as the runner ups for the competition.
15th Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Moot Court Competition held April 2019. Students Ekta Jhanjhri, Dakshesh Kapur, Akshay Bhandari were the Semi-finalists and Dakshesh Kapoor adjudged as Best Speaker.
4th Jindal Tech Moot Court Competition held in March 2019, Arya Vineeth, Devansh Dubey, Payas Jain,
Subhasmita were declared Winners of the competition.
Abhishek Tripathy, Akshita Totla, Ankita Gupta were declared Semi-Finalists in 18th Amity Law School National Moot Court Competition March 2019. Akshita Totla Won the Best Speaker Award in the competition.
Team comprising of Atharv Arya, Shraddha Sharma, Ashwini Gehlot declared as winners in 4th National Trial Advocacy and Judgment Writing Competition, Christ University 2019 .
Team representing at Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition 2019, Shalini Mishra, Vanshika Agarwal, Shrishti Mishra, Palak Jain, Ashutosh V Citation for Best Memorial (2nd)
Mohit Shivakumar, Kajal Singh, Tarun Aggarwal were declared Runners-Up in 8th NLIU Corp Law Moot Court Competition 2019.
The team comprising Ravleen Chhabra, Priya Khemchandani and Shresth Vardhan have qualified to represent India in the World’s most prestigious and unique moot court competition: The Jean Pictet Competition is to be held in 2019 in France.
Mohak Tripathi, Yash Shukla and Udit Singh Parihar has achieved in 8th Paras Diwan Memorial International Moot Court Competition.
The team comprising Shruti Verma, Anusha Shekhawat and Deepak Singh Jadoun were adjudged as winners of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA) Moot Court Competition (India rounds), 2019 held at CSI College for Legal Studies, Kerala from 12th-13th January, 2019. The team also won the citation for the Second Best Memorial. The team will now represent India in the Sixteenth Commonwealth Moot, 2019 to be held in conjunction with the 21st Commonwealth Law Conference in Zambia in April 2019.
The team comprising Aarushi Kasliwal, Vaibhav Singh and Shivi Shrivastava won the prestigious ever rolling trophy of Adv TS Venkateshwara for the Best Memorial. Aarushi Kasliwal was bestowed with the award for the Best Female Advocate and Best Student Advocate. Vaibhav Singh was awarded the Best Male Advocate prize and Shivi Shrivastava was awarded with the 2nd Best Researcher prize in XIX All India Moot Court Competition 2019. The competition was organized by GLC Ernakulum from 25th-27th January, 2019
The Team Comprising Rajeev Tiwari, Ojasvi Mishra and Sneha Sharma were adjudged as winners of the CCI-NLUD Moot Court Competition, 2019 held on 08th-10th March, 2019.
The team Comprising of Akhil Charan, Chirag Mangal and Shompa Haritwal have won the award for the Best Memorial at the 11th NUJS HSF Corporate Law Moot Court 2019 held at Kolkata from 25th-28th January, 2019.
The team comprising of Unnati Deva, Paramveer Jaggi and Nikunj Maheshwari participated in the All India Moot Court Competition, 2019 organized by ULC, Bengaluru on 01st-03rd March, 2019. The Team was awarded with the Best Memorial prize in the Competition.
The team Comprising of Ankita Gupta, Abhishek Tripathy, and Akshita Totla were adjudged as the Semi-Finalist in the 18th Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2019. Akshita Totla was also adjudged as the Best Speaker in the competition. The competition was held on 08th-10th March, 2019.
The team comprising of Sakshi Pawar, Aviral Thakre and Yash Bhootra were adjudged as the winners of the 17thJusta Causa National Moot Court Competition, 2019 which was held on 08th-10th March, 2019.
The team Comprising of Parth Tiwari, Juhi Hirani, and Naman Maheshwari were adjudged as Quarter–Finalist at the NLU Jodhpur-Antitrust Moot Court Competition, 2019. Juhi Hirani was also adjudged as the Best Speaker in the competition. The competition was held on 15th-17th March, 2019.
The team comprising Chahat Mangtani, Tamanna Sharma & Anjali Jhawar won the Best Memorial in the 8th Amity International Moot Court Competition 2018, held in Amity Law School, Noida from 12th October – 13th October, 2018. The valedictory ceremony of the competition was attended by the former Chief Justice of India, Mr Dipak Misra.
The team comprising Rajat Sinha, Vatsal Patel & Anuj Bajaj stood as Quarter-finalists in the 12th BR Sawhny Moot Court Competition, 2018 held from 12th October – 14th October, 2018 in NALSAR, Hyderabad. The team also won the 2nd Best Memorial Award and Anuj Bajaj also won the Best Researcher Award.
The team comprising Sristi Gautam, Saurabh Pancholi, Chitransh Sharma and Kajal Singh qualified for Prof N R Madhava Menon SAARC LAW Moot Court Competition – International Rounds. The qualifying rounds of the said competition were organized by Lloyd Law College, Noida from 26th October – 28th October, 2018.
The team comprising Jaya Singh, Mansi Singh, Soma Silpa Swain and Namit Jain qualified for the world rounds of the 23rd Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition, 2019 by securing a place in the Semi Finals of the Surana and Surana India National Rounds, 2018. The India National Rounds were organized by Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana, from 23rd November–25th November, 2018.
The team comprising Palak Jain of 2nd year, Shubhsmita of 2nd year and Bhavya Sharma of 4th year were adjudged as runners-up at 4th National Moot Court Competition organized by Rajeev Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (RGSoIPL) from 31st August to 02nd September, 2018.
The team comprising Rishabh Jain, Shipra Sayal and Shubham Gupta, all of 3rd year were adjudged as the winners of the Best Memorial Award at the 4th GNLU Moot on Securities and Investment Law, 2018 held at Gujarat National Law University from 06th to 09th September, 2018.
The team comprising Navya Singh, Kulsoom Farhat Khan and Vinisha Jain, all of 2nd year, were adjudged as Quarter Finalists at the 18 Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2018. Navya Singh was also adjudged as the Best Advocate at the same tournament. The tournament was jointly organized by the Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) and International Committee of the Red Cross, New Delhi from 13th to 16th
The team comprising Piyush Swami, Rishabh Rela and Jaya Singh represented ILNU in the 14th Nani Palkhiwala Tax Moot Court Competition, 2018 organized by School of Law, Sastra Deemed to be University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu and declared the WINNERS. Ms. Jaya Singh adjudicated as the Second Best Speaker in the Competition.
Neti Jhatakia, Karan Parihar, Utkarsha Sharma and Sakhi Shah has achieved ELSA WTO Moot Court Competition, Bangkok, Thailand
Niqash Parliamentary Debate 2022 tournament was organized by BITS Pilani on the November 12-13 and November 20, 2022. The team comprising Priyanshi Rachchh, Aarush Sharma, and Siddharth Shrivastava was adjudged as the Semi-Finalists of the tournament and was the third-breaking team on the tabs. Aarush Sharma was the 6th best speaker of the tournament. Srivashnavi R. was an Invited Adjudicator in the tournament.
The Team comprising of Sanjana, Shashvat and Partha emerged as the Octo-Finalsits of the IIT Delhi Parliamentary Debate. The tournament was organised from March 11-13, 2022.
Aarush Sharma and Priyanshi Rachchh were declared as quarter finalists in Sir Vishvesvaraya Memorial Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by college Engineering, Pune.
Aarush Sharma and Priyanshi Rachchh were declared as Pre-quarterfinalists in Justice Tarkunde Memorial Debate Competition organised by ILS Pune.
Aarush Sharma invited as Grand Finals Judge in 10th Ram Manohar Lohiya Asian Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University.
Akshit Mishra declared as Champion and Finals Best Speaker in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Parliamentary Debate competition organised by Shaheed Bhagat Singh college, Delhi University.
Tanshi Tiwari and Aditya Das were declared as Novice Finalists. Vanshika, Priya Mathur and Pratishtha Agrawal declared as Novice Semi-finalists. Aarush Sharma and Pancham Prabhune was quarters and semi judges in the 7th Vitark British Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Dindayal Upadhyaya College, Delhi University.
Akshit Mishra and Aarush Sharma were invited as Adjudicators in Route H English Parliamentary Debate competition organised by Route H.
Akshit Mishra, Srivaishnavi and Aarush Sharma were invited as Adjudicators in Asia Online Debating Championship organised by Dan Do. Aarush Sharma was also grand final judge in the competition.
Shashvat Narindra, Partha Singh and Sanjana were declared Open Octo-Finalist in IIT Delhi Parliamentary Debate organised by IIT Delhi.
Aadesh Shinde (Batch 2021) has been declared the Winner of the All India Debate Competition organized by the Vishwa Hindi Sangathan, New Delhi. The event was held on 30th May 2021, marking the celebration of the Hindi Journalism Day.
Srivaishnavi R (Batch 2022) adjudicated Novice Grand finals, Open semi finals. She was one of the Top 10 adjudicators in Argumentum Australs, Indonesia hosted by Argumentum, held from 27th-28th November, 2021.
Priyanshi Rachchh (Batch 2023) and Aarush Sharma (Batch 2023) were the Semi Finalists of the DTU Parliamentary Debate, 2021 held between 20-21st November, 2021. Aarush Sharma was adjudged as the 5th best speaker of the entire tournament.
Pancham Prabhune (Batch 2024), Siddharth Shrivastava (Batch 2024) and Chitransh Shrivastava (Batch 2024) who emerged as the Quarter Finalists of The AUD Parliamentary Debate organized between 19 – 21 November, 2021 by Ambedkar University. Srivaishnavi R. (Batch 2022) and Akshit Mishra (Batch 2021) were Invited Adjudicators in the same tournament and were amongst the top adjudicators, where Srivaishnavi chaired Semifinals and was in the Grand Finals Panel, and to top it all off Gaurav Chaplot (Batch 2022) was the Tab Director of the tournament.
Akshit Mishra (Batch 2021) was one of the best Adjudicators at the AUD Parliamentary Debate, 2021 and also judged the Grand Finals of the tournament.
Team comprising of Varsha Venkat and Siddharth Shrivastava emerged as the Novice Category Champions of the Patna’s British Parliamentary Debate Tournament 2021. Additionally, Varsha Venkat was also declared as the Best Novice Speaker
The team comprising Akshit Mishra and Aarush Sharma emerged as finalists at the tournament
Aarush Sharma and Akshit Mishra were declared as Grand Finalists in DSDC Coherence 2021 organised by Dhaka
Shaheen Debate Club, Bangladesh
Aarush Sharma and Akshit Mishra were declared as Runners Up in Nation Debate Competition organised by Nalsar, Hydrabad.
Aarush Sharma and Priyanshi Rachchh were declared as Grand finalists in Pearl Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Pearl Institute.
Akshit Mishra invited as Adjudicator and Semi-finals judge at NLU Jodhpur Parliamentary Debate Competition
Aarush Sharma and Akshit Mishra were declared as quarter finalists in IIT Bombay National Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by IIT Bombay.
Aarush Sharma and Akshit Mishra were declared as Octofinalist in Asian Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Shanghai University of Finance and Economics & Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.
Aarush Sharma and Ritika Sundrani were declared as Semi-finalists in St Stephen Pro-Am Debate Competition organised by St. Stephens College, DU.
Srivaishnavi R and Akshit Mishra were invited as Adjudicators in Annual Premchand Debate Competition organised by The Hindu college, DU.
Akshit Mishra and Priyanshi Rachchh were invited as Adjudicators in IUB Nationals IV organised by Independent
Aarush Sharma and Priyanshi Rachchh declared as Semi-finalists in Delhi Technical University – Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Delhi Technical University.
Pancham Prabhune, Siddharth Shrivastava and Chitransh were declared as quarterfinalists in Ambedkar University Parliamentary Debate Competition organised by Ambedkar University. Akshit Mishra and Srivaishnavi R were invited as Adjudicators and Srivaishnavi R was Finals judge in the competition.
Srivaishnavi R invited as Adjudicator and Novice Grand finals judge in the competition organised by Argumentum
Devashish Trivedi (Batch 2015) at the 40th World Universities Debate Championship (WUDC) 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. Devashish defied convention to secure an Open Break as an Adjudicator, becoming one among a handful of Indian debators to secure a break in the 40 year old history of the Championship.
Subham Krishna Borah was the 3rd Best Adjudicator at the Punjab Engineering College Asian Parliamentary Debate, Chandigarh. A total of 110 adjudicators competed against each other.
Devashish Trivedi declared Best Adjudicator at the competition, Jahnavi Pandey and Nivedita Singh of first year, qualified for the Novice Semi Finals. Prakshi Singh qualified for the Reserved Novice Semi Finals.
Devashish Trivedi and Shubham Borah secured adjudicator break-ins at the 12th Annual Hansraj Debate i.e. ‘Shanti’ which was held at Hansraj College, Delhi in February, 2019. The format of the debate was a parliamentary debate and saw the top law colleges of India competing in it. Shubham Borah became a finals judge and was among the top 5 adjudicators of the tournament.
Adhirath Chaudhary of 2nd year broke as an adjudicator at the Symbiosis Law School- Parliamentary Debate, 2018 conducted by Symbiosis Law School, Pune on 17th to 19th August, 2018.
Toshit Godara of 4th year and Shubham Borah of 3rd year were adjudged as finalists at the IIM Indore Inter-Varsity Debate. Toshit was also adjudged as the second best speaker. Also, Gahna Rajani and Kush Dubey of 1st year made it to the semifinals at the same tournament and Devashish Trivedi of 4th year was declared as the Best Adjudicator at the same tournament. The tournament was held from 07th to 09th September, 2018.
Devashish Trivedi clinched another break in as an adjudicator at the NMIMS Parliamentary Debate Tournament, 2018. He was among the seven adjudicators who judged the finals. Palash, a first year student also clinched an adjudicator break at the same tournament.
Akshit Mishra, a first year student, secured a break in as an adjudicator at the UPES Parliamentary Debate Tournament, 2018.
Devashish Trivedi broke in as an adjudicator at the BITS Goa Parliamentary Debate Tournament, 2018. He also secured the 2nd Best Adjudicator award at the tournament. Ramit Singh also secured an adjudicator break at the said competition
Sejal Chhablani were quarter-finalist in 2nd National Mediation Tournament conducted by Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, School of Law, Mumbai.
The Mediator team consisting of Vedanshi Maheshwari quarter-final rounds in the 8th 2TG International Mediation Competition organised by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow from March 4-6, 2022
Vedanshi Maheshwari quarter-finalist in 8th 2TG International Mediation Competition organised by Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University.
Niveditha R and Aanya Anvesha were Semi-finalist in 21st National Client Counselling Competition organised by Kerala Law Academy.
Semi-finalist, The Fourth Edition of Lex Infinitum: VMSCL International Dispute Resolution Competition, 2019.
Winner’s Best Mediation Team and Overall winners of 7th NLIU-INADR International Law School Mediation tournament 2018
Runner’s Up, Intercessions Community Mediation Competition organized by ILSCA and PACT, held at ILS Pune; The Mediator of the team, also bagged the special award for best display of emotion in the same competition.
Semi-finalist, 1st NLIU – Link Legal Client Counselling Competition, 2018
Semi-finalist, Negotiation segment, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Dispute Resolution Competition, 2018.
Best Mediator in Prelims and Quarter Finals in Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Dispute Resolution Competition, 2018
Runners up and Best Counsellor Award in the Dispute Resolution and Client Counselling Competition in Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Dispute Resolution and Client Counselling Competition, 2017
Competition Winners and Winner of the Best Memorial Award in SLS Pune Arbitration Competition, 2017
Runners up, Symbiosis law School, Pune Client Counselling segment, ‘SYMBHAV’ (ADR) Competition, 2017.
Yogesh Agrawal secured 1st rank in the quiz competition organised by ‘Forum Legitimum’, held on 5th June 2022 and the questions were asked on General Awareness Current and Legal Affairs.
Aadesh Shinde (Batch 2016) has been adjudged as the Winner of the Times of India “Public Speaking Contest” 2020 in the Ahmedabad Regional Finals held at Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA) 24/02/2020. Pruthviraj Singh Zala (Batch 2018) secured 4th position in this contest.
Aadesh Shinde (Batch 2017) won “Best Delegate Award” at Sansad, the National Youth Parliament, held at Jawahar Bhavan, New Delhi
Vishal Singh, 4th year student, secured Second Position in FICCI’s Quiz on Intellectual Property Law organized by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. He also bagged second position in First National Intellectual Property Rights Quiz Competition organized by Enhelion Knowledge Ventures and Scriboard Advocates and Legal Consultants. He went on to achieve secure a position amongst the Top 10 in MERAKI Intellectual Property Rights Essay Competition organized by IDIA, Anand & Anand and Institute of Law, Nirma University.
The team comprising Amitosh Dubey, Harsh Garg, Aditi Bhardwaj, and Ishita Nagori secured the first position in the Skit Competition in NUZEAL held on February 05, 2019.
The team comprising Adesh Mishra, Tanya Agrawal, Harshita Khare, Shubhankar Das, Vineet Tayal, Sarthak Chauhan, Ashok Kumar, Raghvendra Pathak, Chinmay Singh Tanwar, Makrand Sharma, Arghya Samaddar bagged the Best One Act Play award at the One Act Play Competition organized by Institute of Commerce, Nirma University on February 13, 2019. Sarthak Chauhan also won the award for the Best Actor.
Chinmay Singh Tanwar won the Best Director award and his team was adjudged as the third runner up in the One Act Play competition organized by Yuva Art Foundation in Gandhinagar, held on March 16, 2019. The team performed the play Junko: The pure hearted, which was written and directed by Chinmay Tanwar himself.
Praveer Sharma won 2 gold medals, one for performing the best senior duties at camp and another for winning inter battalion public speaking and debate competition at the NCC camp.
In the Short Film Competition organized by Department of Design, Nirma University, the team comprising Rishiraj Pandey, Sarthak Chauhan, Tanya Aggarwala and Vineet Tayal secured the 3rd position. Their play was titled ‘Pratyaksha’. The competition was held on 03rd November, 2018.
The team comprising Yash Mittal and Ritesh Goyal were adjudged winners of Law Learners 5th National Law Quiz Competition, 2018 organized in association with Legal Desire. The quiz was conducted from 29th November – 1st December, 2018 having two preliminary rounds comprising 30 questions and a Final Round comprising 40 questions. The team secured 1st position out of 240 participants and has won Gift Hampers worth ₹10,000/-.
Institute’s Football Team, won the Inter Institute Football Tournament as a part of the Sports Festival, 2018, Nirma University. The team beat the football team from Institute of Technology, Nirma University by a margin of 2-1 to secure a win in the finals.
NCC Cadets Aniket Rathore, Manav Patel, Guru Siradhana and Umang Sethi, all of 2nd year, won 5 Gold Medals and 1 Silver Medal in the Inter battalion Quiz, Debate and in the Shooting Competition held at the NCC Headquarters, Ahmedabad on 22 August, 2018.
The Nirma University Basketball Team comprising Krishan Mohan, Captain, of 5th year and Utkarsh Mishra of 3rd year from Institute of Law, Nirma University stood as runners-up at the IIM Ahmedabad sporting festival Shaurya 2018. The fest was held from 20th to 23th September, 2018.
Samay Jain secured the 3rd position in the Padma Vibhushan N. A. Palkhivala Memorial National Research Paper Competition, 2022. The competition was jointly organised by the All-India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP), the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) Bar Association, and The Goods and Service Tax Practitioners Association of Maharashtra (GSTPAM) and Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai.
Prabhav Tripathi and Nihira Sharma have recently got their Research article titled “Fantasy Sports in India: The Underlying Need for Legislative Regulation” published in the NLIU Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (JLPDR) Volume I.
Navya Dubey published blog titled “OTT Regulation- A Legal Matrix”
Navya Dubey published blog titled “Representation of Women in Judiciary”
Navya Dubey and Aditi Insaa published “DE- Cluttering India’s rationale for not ratifying the Convention on Freedom of Association and Protection of The Right to Organise” on The Daily Guardian.
Navya Dubey published an article “A Religious Awakening or an Identity Crisis” in International Journal of Advanced Legal Research.
“Finding Cord in Discord published” by Navya Dubey in Student Research Council, ILNU
Navya Dubey and Shreshtha Khatri published article “De- mystifying the Conundrum of the Death Penalty” in Manupatra Online.
Ashish Dash published an article “Menstrual Health Management: A human rights issue?” in Times of India.
“Evolution of religion: A syncretical Mirage” article was published in The Hitaveda by Ashish Dash.
Ashish Dash written an article “Health infrastructure and it’s augmentation in the new frangled Covid era” and published in The Hitaveda.
Ashish Dash and Disha Bandyopadhyay written an article and published in The South Asian Journal.
Ashish Dash and Disha Bandhopadhyay written an article on “No ‘honour’ in killing the young & innocent: Fighting a long, arduous battle” and published in The Daily Guardian.
Ashish Dash written an article “Analysing online education, vis a vis traditional paradigm of learning” and published by The Wire.
“Conundrum of China’s 3 child policy” was published in International Policy Digest written by Ashish Dash.
Ashish Dash written “Cyber terrorism in India through the lens of human cognition” and it was published on The Daily Guardian.
Ritika Munot written article “AFSPA: A conflict with Human Rights” in Global Thoughts and Opinion.
Tejasvi Jat written a blog on “Living will: Examining its plausibility in the Indian Context” on Student Research Council, ILNU
Vidhi Agarwal written a blog “Contingent Contracts in India” published in Student Research Council, ILNU
Vidhi Agarwal written blog “Human Rights Violation in Contemporary Times” in Student Research Council, ILNU
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Impeachment of Judges” in Law Insider
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Evidentiary Value Judicial and Extra Judicial Confessions” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Attorney Client Privilige” in Law Insider
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Unfair Trade Practices Unfair Contracts Explained” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Protest Petition: Tool against fair trial” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “What are Tripartite Agreements” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Rape and Two Finger Test” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Tribunals of India” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Landmark Judgements of NCDRC in 2020” in Law Insider.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Inevitable Accident as a Defence against Torts” in Law Bhoomi.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Things one must keep in mind while filing a Consumer Complaint” in Legally Flawless.
Pragati Mot written blog on “The Pixelated Vision of India’s Covid-19 Immunisation Strategy” in Human Rights Law and Policy Review – 2021.
Pragati Mot written blog on “The Twisted Tale of Social Media Algorithms: Human Rights & its Operation in International Crime Investigations” in Human Rights Law and Policy Review – 2021.
Tushar Upadhyay and Shreshtha Khatri written on “Ola and Uber Regulations under the Motor Vehicle Amendment Act, 2019” in Libertatum Magazine.
The blog titled “Equality of Arms: Difference in Interpretations of the ad hoc Tribunals and European Court of Human Rights” which has been published by Cambridge International Law Journal.
Co-authored an article this summer on ‘Sabka Vishwas (legacy dispute resolution scheme, 2019’ which was introduced in the Finance Act (No. 2), 2019 and the same has been published on TAXMANN website as well as the their latest edition of CPT magazine ( 109 taxmann.com 160 (Article)/ 46 CPT 13 (Article)).
Secured the second position in the 2nd Essay Competition on Law and Economics [ https://gnlu.ac.in/Law-And-
The Medium published article “Juvenile delinquency: A Reverie” written by Ashish Dash.
Vidhi Agarwal written on “Place of suing in civil cases in all circumstances” in Law Insider.