Parth Sharma (Batch of 2017) to join NUJS for LLM

Parth Sharma (Batch of 2017) recently got through West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, for his LLM in Corporate Business Laws with CLAT AIR 329. The Blue Pencil extends its heartiest congratulations to him and wishes him all the luck and success. This write up was prepared by Marvie Magotra (2nd Year)   Advertisements

Optional Subject Guide for Seventh Semester

The Seventh Semester provides for one optional paper with a choice of three subjects. Although all three subjects aid in broadening the horizons of a law student in significant ways, one must opt for the one which does justice to their aptitude as well as their interests. In an attempt to help the upcoming fourth years,…

Raunaq Anand (Class of 2015) promoted at Aviva, India

Students and ex-students at the Army Institute of Law are a part of a small family. It’s all about being part of a community that is not just limited to when one is studying in college. Keeping in like with this trend, the Blue Pencil is ecstatic to share with everyone the achievements of its…

Talk by Mr. Rohit Manan (Class of 2008)

On March 28, 2018, the students from the third and fourth year were addressed by Mr. Rohit Manan, an alumnus of the college. He is from the Batch of 2003-2008 and is currently practising in Delhi, along with being an officer in the territorial army. In the interaction with the students, he divided his talk…

Transformational Leadership, Elections and The Bhartiya Janta Party

Election time is an overwhelming time in the world’s largest democracy irrespective of the fact that they are being held on the State or the National level in our country. It is seen with controversies, debates, populist remarks made here and there and what not, only to steer the way and create a wave in…

In Conversation with Karishma Govil

In conversation with Karishma Govil, Batch 2008-2013. In this interview she talks about her new position at Dell and her time at AIL. She is also an avid traveller, who travels at least once every month. She loves baking and also writes for LBB in her spare time. The Blue Pencil: What was your reason…