This letter has been penned by Dhawal M. and Ojas Chandaniha (Batch of 2025). The illustration is by Kajal Jamdare (Batch of 2025). To the incoming first years, First off, a big congratulations for cracking CLAT and making it into NLS. All those months and years of hard work and dreaming about being in the ‘top law school’ seems to have finally paid off. We apologise for sending out a welcome-letter weeks into your term. You see, we’re teen parents whose kids have been delive
This article has been written by Anonymous. The cover picture has been illustrated by Gunjan Jadiya (Batch of 2023). Earlier this month, the NLS Feminist Alliance/the Alliance of Oversensitive Women (‘AOW’) sent out a call for applications to join its “Core Team” of members. The mail informed readers that “While everyone involved with AOW is a part of its activities, the Core Team is tasked with conceptualising the agenda and organising events, on and off-campus”, and went on
This article has been put together by the Quirk Team. As we reach the end of committee selections, Law School will soon witness an incoming spam of mails calling for volunteers for events also senior and junior co-opts when college begins (...oh, wait, junior co-opts selection will probably happen never). We all know that committee mails will read very polite and sincere (probably because the Admin is also on our G-Suite group now!) but they actually mean something else alto
Pictured above: Memesmith shows his latest masterpiece to a fellow meme connoisseur. (1789) Ashi Mehta and Aman Vasavada (Batch of 2021) examine the rise of a recent social phenomenon which has gained momentum across the world and has found resounding popularity among the student population in law school. When Rick and Morty founded a Facebook meme group for their batch during one particularly nondescript Torts-II class, little did they know that they were on to something.