All major law firms recruited Jindal global Law School graduate students

All major law firms recruited Jindal global Law School graduate students

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Today:- May – The Jindal global Law School (JGLS) has reached a new milestone reflected in its current recruitment details of its 2018Graduating Batch, While the recruitment process for the batch is still Continuing. All major law firms including Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, AZB Partners, Nishith Desai Associates, Economic Law Practice, Trilegal, Khaitan & Co., J. Sagar Associates, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Karanjawalal & Co., and Many other Indian firms have recruited the JGLS Graduates this year. The English law firm Herbert Smith Free hills has also offered a training contract to one of the graduating students of the batch. Over 16 new corporate recruiters have been added to JGLS’ recruiter list this year so far which included Aquilaw, ARA Law, Bharucha Partners, Godha Law Chambers, Jurisperitus Law, Law Rato, Lawyers at Work, Mundkur Law Partners, Prasoon Legal, Samvad Partners, Singh& Singh Associates, Star India, Tatva Legal, Thomson Reuters, among others.
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