Why I choose to intern at a start-up

Why I choose to intern at a start-up

This is an article by Aayush Srivastava, who talks about his revulsion for mediocrity and why his life has always pushed him towards working at a startup eventually. iPleaders is lucky to have him around. Over to Aayush. While most of my posts are usually analytical in nature which seeks to heavily rely on data, in this particular post I ...

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Why mooting alone does not deliver success and what else you need – message to mooters

Why mooting alone does not deliver success and what else you need – message to mooters

Image from a moot court competition in Australia. In India, mooting is popularly perceived to be a strong indicator of a law student’s legal and argumentative skills. I have come across an interesting paradox related to mooters. To understand this paradox, let’s first reconsider the answer to this question – What is so good about mooting? What are the benefits of ...

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Massive Open Online Courses

Massive Open Online Courses

You must have heard of “coursera” or “edX” or “Udacity” or a similar website. These websites are the pioneers in the field of massive open online courses. A massive open online course is an online course available to a large number of people, free of cost. These courses are available in almost every field like engineering, law, music, medical etc. ...

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How to start-up with your dream: An interview

How to start-up with your dream: An interview

Many, many young people dream of starting something new. It usually starts from a passion – and then a few can make a business or a profession out of it. Recently this blog caught up with such a head-to-toe passionate person – Sreejita Biswas – who left her early stage career to pursue her passion for comics. She started a ...

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Why and how to study law: An interview

Why and how to study law: An interview

Last month, Vanshika Mohta was interning with The Hindu, and she wanted to write a story on legal education – which was carried over here. I gave a short interview about my thoughts on various aspects of legal education. However, most of the interview remained unused – so we thought of bringing it to you with Vanshika’s permission. This is ...

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You’ve got to be kidding, Rs. 23,000 is insane for an online course

You've got to be kidding, Rs. 23,000 is insane for an online course

Rs. 23,000 is too much for an online course … I am not sure about how online courses will work… I should probably try cheaper alternatives which are available to get a ‘feel’ of online courses… When there are so many online diploma courses on so many different subjects being offered by so many people, why should you do this course? Why not a ...

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An unconventional hack to speed up arbitration proceedings (from a dispute resolution practitioner)

An unconventional hack to speed up arbitration proceedings (from a dispute resolution practitioner)

Arbitration is understood to be a speedier and more effective alternative as compared approaching a court in the event of a dispute – but is it really serving the purpose? Many foreign investors have been disillusioned with the speed and efficacy of arbitration proceedings in India. Indian businessmen have equally found arbitration proceedings unsuitable for fulfilling the promise of speedy and ...

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Open Book Exams

Open Book Exams

How to prepare for open book exams If you go to one of the better Universities or colleges, chances are high that you would have to give an open book exam some day. The Bar Exam in India is an open book exam. While it was not very common in India earlier – it is becoming more popular with some ...

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