Free Webinar: Law School Charcha [ Jan 22 @ 6:30 PM]
- January 13, 2022
- Posted by: Virtual Law School
- Category: Law School Bench
About Virtual Law School:
Virtual Law School (VLS) was founded during national lockdown in April 2020. Since then VLS has facilitated law classes and critical thinking webinars/workshops for thousands of law students from across the country. VLS promotes easy and affordable access to legal education. Our Pro Bono Law Teachers and resource persons include Former Judges of Supreme Court & High Courts, Senior Lawyers, Senior Law Professors, Vice-Chancellors, Registrars of NLUs, well accomplished law scholars, foreign judges and professors, law firm and corporate professionals and civil society subject experts. VLS works on a unique concept of donating pro bono teaching hours. Hence, all our resource persons teach on a pro bono basis. And VLS is registered as a not for profit organisation under Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013.
About the Event
VLS invites you to join a Webinar on revisiting life in a law school. Through this webinar we will discuss various academic, internship, further higher education and job placements aspects of a law students life. All these are intrinsically connected and affect all law students. We will have with us an alumnus of the National Law University Odisha, Cuttack who is now a Principal Associate in Khaitan & Co. (New Delhi) to discuss these issues.
Format of the Webinar: Q&A style where Moderator will ask questions gathered from the law students and after that session will be opened for Open House Q&A and discussion.
Lead Speaker: Mr. Satish Padhi, Principal Associate, Khaitan & Co. (New Delhi) & Alumnus, NLU Odisha
Moderator: Dr. Nachiketa Mittal, Founder, Virtual Law School
Date: January 22, 2022 (SATURDAY)
Time: 06:30 PM – 08:0 PM
Online Platform: Microsoft Teams.
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